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Do any of the libraries have scanners?

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Posted: 09 Feb, 2009
by: Booth C.
Updated: 19 Aug, 2011
by: Kupersmith J.
The UC Berkeley libraries have a new system for making copies of printed materials, and for printing from our public computers.  It replaces traditional photocopiers with BookScan stations.  Materials can be printed on paper, or scanned directly to a flash drive (available in the Moffitt Library Copy Center) at a much lower cost.

Scanners are also available in campus microcomputing facilities for current UC Berkeley students, faculty, and staff. Others are advised to visit a commercial service near campus for word processing and general computer use. Learn more about Computers in the Libraries.
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