Scanners Attached to Alden Library Computers
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 standard format scanners and 2 large format scanners. The standard format scanners can accommodate photos, negatives, or slides; attachments for negative or slide scanning may be checked out from the 2nd floor service desk.
- 3rd Floor: Fine Arts area has 4 large format scanners and additional overhead format scanner available.
There are also easy-to-use touch-screen scanners on all floors of Alden.
You can use them for scanning files to Word documents, PDFs, or JPEG files.
Scan your documents to:
Your USB Flash
To the Printer (see below) or create a QR barcode to scan and open on your phone or other mobile devices
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 under Printing.
All microforms require a microform reader/scanner for viewing, printing or scanning.
To get started using the Microform Scanners, take a look at our quick start guide that can teach you scanning basics.
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.
Detailed map of the Microform area located on the 1st floor of Alden Library.