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Scan Books and Documents

Knowledge Imaging Center (KIC) scanner is located on the

  • third floor, in Government Information, Law and Maps, Room 305.

KIC scanner can:

  • Scan in black-and-white or color.
  • Scan large documents or oversize books. The capture area measures 24 by 17 inches.
  • Scan a book face-up and automatically split both pages into separate images.

Scanned materials can be:

  • Saved as documents (PDF or Word), images (JPEG, PNG or TIFF) or text-to-speech audio (MP3).
  • Emailed.
  • Saved to a USB flash drive. You will need to bring your own.

View and Scan Microforms

A ScanPro 3000 scanner is located in Room 156 for viewing and scanning microfilm, microfiche, or ultrafiche. Microforms collection and scanner access is currently available by appointment only.

You will need:

  • A USB flash drive to save your files. Small files may be sent by email.

To get started:

  • Log on to the computer with your username and password.
  • Click on the Power Scan 2000/3000 icon on the desktop.
  • Click on the Help button to view the ScanPro User Guide.

Microsoft Lens

Turn your phone into a portable scanner with Microsoft Lens, a free app available for Android and iOS. Capture information from books, documents, whiteboards and more. Save scanned materials as images or PDFs and upload directly to OneDrive.

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