Q. Where can I scan or copy something?
Answered By: John Riley Last Updated: Aug 08, 2018 Views: 110
KIC™ scanners make copying pages a breeze, with no logins or cost. You can save your scans to a USB drive or send as an email attachment.
There are two KIC™ scanners in the library: one near the main service desk and one in the Hodges Periodicals Room on Level 2 of Mullins Library. There are additional KIC™ scanners in the Physics Library and Fine Arts Library.
A copier in the Hodges Periodicals Room on Level 2 of Mullins Library allows users to scan documents and transmit them by email or to be saved to a jump drive. Additional copiers are located in the branch libraries.
Scanning computer stations are available in the Learning Commons in Mullins, as well as in the Fine Arts, Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Physics libraries.
You can make paper copies with Razorbuck$ or cash.
Microfilm / Microfiche scanners are available in the Hodges Periodicals Room.