Input to Implementation: Printing, Scanning and Copying Services
By John Wiggins, Director of Library Services & Quality Improvement
During the last academic year, the Libraries launched an official effort to assess our services for printing, copying and scanning.
Initial improvements included some updated equipment for printing at W.W. Hagerty Library and for scanning at Hahnemann Library. At Hagerty, older model "multi-function" machines were replaced with some dedicated, workhorse printers relocated from Hahnemann. And at Hahnemann, the Libraries now provides our newest, most advanced scanning station (you can find it on the second floor of the library, across from the circulation desk).
These improvements were easily identified by staff and were clearly needed. And we are continuing our efforts to acquire leading edge, dependable equipment that will provide the kinds of services that our users require.
This is where we could use your help. We want to focus efforts on what matters most to you. If you are interested in or have opinions about printing, copying, or scanning at any of our Libraries, we invite you to contribute your input via our 2-minute survey. We'll use your input to develop our vision to provide vital, appropriate services, and will implement changes during the upcoming academic year.
Hope to hear from you soon!