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Frequently Asked Questions – Copy and Scan
Can I scan books and articles?
The library has a new, easy-to-use flatbed scanner by the microfilm readers. Materials can be scanned into 5MB PDF, text-searchable PDF, JPEG, and Word file formats. These files can be emailed or uploaded to a USB drive directly. There is no cost to use the scanner.
Can I photocopy books and articles?
The library currently has two copiers to allow you to make photocopies of materials you need for your research. The Theology Library uses
a copy card system rather than coin-operated machines.
Whom do I ask if I need help photocopying or scanning?
If you have trouble with the copiers, please stop by the Circulation Desk and we will do our best to assist you.
How can I obtain a copy card for the copier?
A card dispenser is available outside the alcove in which the copiers are located. The machine takes bills only.
To purchase a card, you must begin with a single dollar. The machine will dispense a card with 20 cents worth of copies. Once you have a card, you can add money to it at any time. Please sign your card so we can return it to you if it is found by our staff.
Notice: The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material.