Microfilm Outage

The PowerScan 2000 microfilm scanner is experiencing technical issues. If you have microfilm needs, please allocate more time because there might only be one microfilm scanner available. We apologize for this inconvenience and hope to restore full service soon.

PowerScan 2000 Status

The Powerscan 2000 microfilm scanner has been restored. The library apologizes for any inconvenience that the previous outage may have caused. Thank you for your patience.

Microfilm Scanner Enhancements

The Library and Information Technology are pleased to announce, thanks to Student Technology Fee funding, the Powerscan 2000 Microfilm Scanner now has OCR (search PDF output) and auto-scan features. Click here for the users’ guide. Note, the ScanPro 200 has a Auto-Scan feature; click here to read about it.

 

 

Microfilm Scanners moved to Reference Area

To better support users, the library has moved both microfilm scanners to the reference desk area on the second floor of the library. For more information on microfilm use, click here.

New ViewScan Microfilm Scanner

The library is happy to announce that the new ViewScan Microfilm Scanner (paid for with Student Tech Fee Funds) has been successfully deployed. Although the librarians have yet to be trained on the nuances of usage, the scanner is nevertheless on the floor on the 34th st and 5th avenue side (southwestern side) of the . . . → Read More: New ViewScan Microfilm Scanner

PowerScan 2000 Microfilm Scanner temporarily not working

The PowerScan 2000 Microfilm Scanner (on 35th side of the building) temporarily not working. Meanwhile please use the new ViewScan Microfilm scanner. Click here for scanner info.

 

 

We apologize for the inconvenience.

New ViewScan Microfilm Scanner

The library is happy to announce that the new ViewScan Microfilm Scanner (paid for with Student Tech Fee Funds) has been successfully deployed. Although the librarians have yet to be trained on the nuances of usage, the scanner is nevertheless on the floor on the 34th st and 5th avenue side (southwestern side) of the . . . → Read More: New ViewScan Microfilm Scanner

New ViewScan Microfilm Scanner

The library is happy to announce that the new ViewScan Microfilm Scanner (paid for with Student Tech Fee Funds) has been successfully deployed. Although the librarians have yet to be trained on the nuances of usage, the scanner is nevertheless on the floor on the 34th st and 5th avenue side (southwestern side) of the . . . → Read More: New ViewScan Microfilm Scanner