Scanning & Photocopying
Large format and standard format scanners are available throughout Alden Library.
Follow this link for instructions on How To Scan.
- 2nd Floor: The Multimedia Center has 16 scanners, which can accommodate photos, negatives, or slides; attachments for negative or slide scanning may be checked out from the service desk. A Windows computer with attached scanner, is available at the service desk.
- 3rd Floor: Fine Arts area has 2 large format scanners and additional standard format scanners available.
- 7th Floor: Stacks has 2 standard format scanners available.
There are also easy-to-use touch-screen scanners on the 1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th floors of Alden. These scanners are located near the service desk.
You can use them for scanning files to Word documents, PDFs, or JPEG files.
You can scan your documents & email to yourself, scan to your smartphone or download them to a USB flash drive using the port attached to the scan station.
Scan to Print
Scan to print service replaces the former photocopying service. From any of the Libraries’ touch-screen scanners, choose the “Print Black & White” or “Print Color” option from the home screen. To print your scanned document, follow the instructions for Printing for Students or Printing for Faculty, Staff, Visiting Scholars and Community Members.
All microforms require a microform reader/scanner for viewing, printing or scanning.
Currently we have 3 reader/scanners which make it possible to view and scan microform documents. The scanned documents can be printed, saved to a storage device or e-mailed.
There are 3 reader/scanners that print copies using a Library Copy Card and one scanner that permits viewing only.
Detailed map of the Microform area located on the 1st floor of Alden Library.