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The "Quick-scan" station near the Hahnemann Library circulation desk was intended as a pilot, to see whether students and other library patrons would like it.
Scanning documents, or pages of books just got easier! Hahnemann Library is testing out a new touch-screen controlled scanner. In just a few easy steps, you can create files in pdf, jpeg, word and other formats and send them to a flashdrive, your email, or a Google Docs account.
The printer in the side room on the first floor is *never* working properly. It’s always off center!
Thanks for writing. The card scanner screen in the first floor copy room does sometimes annoyingly shift off center so that you can’t read it. If this happens, please come to the reference desk—we have a tool to quickly get it back on track.
Please put a time limit on the copier and scanner on the entrance level. I understand there are other scanners, but they are a pain to work.
This seems fair. A time limit is difficult to enforce, as it would require library staff to stand at the scanners, stopwatches in hand.