Answered By: Melissa Vetter
Last Updated: Oct 24, 2017     Views: 1146

https://library.wustl.edu/services/technology-in-the-library/ - Scanning

 

Small flatbed scanners are available in Olin Library on levels A, 2, and 3 in the stack area adjacent to the catalog only systems. Two KIC Bookeye overhead scanners are also available – adjacent to the Olin Library Help Desk on Level 1 and in the Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library copy room. The Bookeye can scan from a flat surface or a v-cradle and documents can be saved to a USB drive or sent via email.

You can also use the multi-function printers on each floor to scan documents. Just log in with your WUSTL key, and select the Email function. These only allow you to email the files, but there are more of these stations around the library.
 

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