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Where can I scan or photocopy items in the Main Library?

Last Updated: Aug 22, 2016  |  823 Views

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SCANNERS. To scan book pages, articles or other items, you may use walk-up or flatbed scanners in the Main Library:

  • Three large-format self-service photo-imaging scanners on 1st floor central Service Commons.
    KIC Bookeye-4® and BookEdge scan images that may be saved on USB drive or sent via e-mail.
    Near the Main Library Service Desk, 1st floor.
  • A number of flatbed scanners alongside desktop computers in the Learning Commons and Main I.T.C.s.
  • For university scan/imaging business services visit University Printing Services in the Mossman Building, ph. (319)335-2699 or Copy Center 3, ph. (319)335-0861, in the Pappajohn Business Building room C102.
  • The Sciences Library as well as the Hardin Library for the Health Sciences also have walk-up scanners. The Rita Benton Music Library services provide a large-format scanner (11x17 inches) at their new location in the new Voxman Music Building. See hours for all libraries and departments.

PHOTOCOPIERS. To photocopy items in the Main Library, you will find machines on 1st floor west of the Service Desk and on floors 2 and 3. Note: These copiers accept cash only—including quarters, dimes, nickels, one- and five-dollar bills. Copies cost 15¢ each. For more about photocopying in the UI Libraries, see self-service copying.

Departments within the Main Library may also provide photocopy services.

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