Microform Readers, Printers & Scanners
- The Microforms Department has machines for viewing all formats of microforms and for printing from microfilm, microfiche, and microcard.
- A microfilm reader/printer/scanner is also available in the Jefferson Caffery Reading Room on the 3rd floor.
- Printing from the computers lab in Dupré Library is not available for visitors.
- Visitors can save documents using the email function within the online database (if available) or by downloading them to a USB drive.
- Printing for U.S. Government Information users is available. For assistance, inquire at the Reference Desk.
- Visitors can edit and send free scans in a variety of file formats to a USB drive, Cloud Storage, QR Code, the MyDocs app, or an email address.
- Self-service KIC Scanning Stations locations:
Visitors may register their devices for guest access to the University's wireless network. Refer to the University IT Service Desk's "Guest Access to Wireless Network," which contains steps on how to connect.
[ Last Revised on July 22, 2021 ]
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