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Scanners

Zeta Book Scanner
 

The Zeta Book Scanner's easy-to-use touchscreen interface allows patrons to quickly and easily convert books, magazines, loose pages, and other documents into a variety of digital formats. Patrons may scan in color, grayscale, or black and white. Once finished scanning, patrons may save their digital media to a flash drive, print directly to the library's main Circulation Desk, or send the scans directly by email.

Many students use the Zeta to scan chapters from a book on reserve for their class or notes from a classmate. 

Flatbed Scanner
 

The EPSON Expression 12000XL flatbed photo scanner is perfect for scanning photographs, slides, newspaper clippings, and more. With the scanner's sophisticated editing software, patrons can create high quality scans of photographs, remove the appearance of dust and scratches from photographs, enhance image colors, and much more. The easy-to-use WorkflowPilot software guides users through a simple step-by-step scanning and editing process. The scanner accommodates media up to 12.2in x 17.2in, and is located in the FTC Mac Lab. 

High Speed Document Scanner
 

The Canon imageFORMULA Document Scanner offers a fast and efficient way to scan up to 60 single-sheet pages at once. It is ideal for quickly digitizing print forms, articles, handouts, and more. Capable of scanning at up to 60 pages per minute, the document scanner is able to digitize single and double sided documents easily. Users may scan in color, grayscale, or black and white. This scanner can reliably handle a variety of documents, including receipts, photos, reports, and more (although the scanner is limited to a maximum paper size of 8.5 x 11in). The high speed document scanner is located at the FTC Service Desk, just ask one of our library assistance for help using it. 

 

For help using any of these scanners, please visit the main FTC Service Desk. 

Document Scanner
Flatbed Scanner