KIC Bookeye Update

KIC Bookeye Bookscanner service has returned to normal. Thank you for your patience!

KIC Bookeye Scanner Update

The KIC Bookeye scanner is fully functional now. The laser has been replaced. In addition to the laser replacement, the software features now include the ability to save to Google Docs (cloud storage) and scan a QR code and download to your smartphone (Note: If using QR code functionality you must download your document within . . . → Read More: KIC Bookeye Scanner Update


The library wants to remind the community that desktop bookscanners’ location have changed. Desktop scanners are now available on the table between the reference and help desks on the second floor. Now there are a total of 4 desktop models; the latest two,deployed last week, financed with the Student Technology Fee. More info here.

Bookscanners Tuesday, January 22nd

The library apologizes for any inconvenience that the bookscanners’ relocation caused, but we are happy to announce that we have deployed two new scanners, thanks to Student Technology Fee financing, and in the process of upgrading the legacy scanner.

All desktop bookscanners are now on available the table between the reference and help desks on . . . → Read More: Bookscanners Tuesday, January 22nd

Bookscanner issues resolved

Please disregard the prior notice regarding the Continental Copy Ivina Bookscanner. All issues have been resolved and service is restored. We apologize for the inconvenience that this outage may have caused. Thank you for your patience.

Bookscanner is Kaput

The Continental Copy Ivina Bookscanner is currently experiencing technical issues and is offline. Since there are few scanners, please plan on spending more time when waiting to use the remaining scanners (KIC Bookeye or Brooklyn College Bookscanner). The librarians apologize for the inconvenience and hope to get the Ivina Bookscanner back online as soon as . . . → Read More: Bookscanner is Kaput

Guest and Color Printing

Did you know that the Mina Rees Library has guest and color copying/printing for only $.15 a copy?

The Xerox copier on the first floor allows all users to scan to a USB flash drive for free, or print on BW/Color from a USB flash drive for $.15.

To learn more, click here.

New Library Xerox: $.15 color or b&w copies, prints

The library’s new copier-printer-scanner, a Xerox 7120 , is located on the 1st floor near the circulation desk. Color and b&w prints from your USB flash drives cost only $.15 per page. Scan to a USB flash drive for free. Copy or scan using the document feeder or place items directly on the scanning bed. . . . → Read More: New Library Xerox: $.15 color or b&w copies, prints

Bookscanner Offline

One of our desktop touch screen bookscanners is temporarily unavailable, so allocate more time if planning to scan.

The library apologizes for this 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