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

Guest Photocopying Service Interruption

Over the next two days, the IT department will replace the library public photocopy machines (KM Bizhub 350s) with new KM machines (C360s) capable of free scanning to a flash drive, plus fee-based B&W and color printing and photocopying. Unfortunately, the change-over involves swapping out boards from the card readers with new boards that accommodate . . . → Read More: Guest Photocopying Service Interruption

Guest Photocopying Service Interruption

Over the next two days, the IT department will replace the library public photocopy machines (KM Bizhub 350s) with new KM machines (C360s) capable of free scanning to a flash drive, plus fee-based B&W and color printing and photocopying. Unfortunately, the change-over involves swapping out boards from the card readers with new boards that accommodate . . . → Read More: Guest Photocopying Service Interruption

New Bookscanner

Due to overwhelming demand, the library is happy to announce the deployment of a new bookscanner. The bookscanner’s software was designed by the Academic Technology Department at Brooklyn College and was designed for easy use. The new scanner is located near the other bookscanners at the southwestern (34th and 5th) corner of the library on . . . → Read More: New Bookscanner

New Bookscanner

Due to overwhelming demand, the library is happy to announce the deployment of a new bookscanner. The bookscanner’s software was designed by the Academic Technology Department at Brooklyn College and was designed for easy use. The new scanner is located near the other bookscanners at the southwestern (34th and 5th) corner of the library on . . . → Read More: New Bookscanner

New Bookscanner

Due to overwhelming demand, the library is happy to announce the deployment of a new bookscanner. The bookscanner’s software was designed by the Academic Technology Department at Brooklyn College and was designed for easy use. The new scanner is located near the other bookscanners at the southwestern (34th and 5th) corner of the library on . . . → Read More: New Bookscanner

Two new free GC email scanners

Two Konica Minolta Bizhub 350 machine near the Library 2nd floor IT Help Desk are now free high speed scanners. Scanned files can be sent to ONLY Grad Center email accounts from these machines. First locate your GC email account using the touch pad, then use a document feeder or scan page-by-page from the glass . . . → Read More: Two new free GC email scanners

KIC Bookeye Scanner Upgraded

The KIC Bookeye Scanner is back online.

The software was upgrading so, by default, the unit now scan regular searchable PDF, so users can now annotate, comment, etc. your PDFs without using the confusing and problematic advanced options.

Read how to use the scanner here.

 

Scan to Email

The two KM 350 copiers near the helpdesk and second floor bathroom’s have been configured to high speed scan to GC email accounts. Read how to scan to email, here.