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Scan, Print, Copy: Scan

Scanning in the Penn Libraries

Biomedical Library

BookScan Station with attached flatbed scanner & sheet feeder.  Easy to use touchscreen monitor.

Dental Library

Computer workstation with attached flatbed scanner.

Education Commons

BookScan Station with attached flatbed scanner & sheet feeder. Easy to use touchscreen monitor.

Fine Arts Library

Two PC scanning stations. The service is for students, staff and faculty of the University of Pennsylvania. Color output is available from work scanned at $0.50/page.

Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts

The Kislak Center provides photocopying and digital scanning services. All reprographic requests will be assessed by our curatorial staff, and curators may refuse requests due to an item's physical condition, copyright laws, or other restrictions. [More info available]

LIppincott Library

Flatbed scanner available (free of charge) in Lippincott Library. The scanner is hooked up to a system that allows you to scan documents, books, pictures and more and save the file in one of three ways: to a USB device, to a Google Docs account, or to email it to yourself or another party.

Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center

First Floor, Reference Area

BookScan Station with attached flatbed scanner & sheet feeder. Easy to use touchscreen monitor.

Rosengarten Reserve Area

BookScan Station with attached flatbed scanner & sheet feeder. Easy to use touchscreen monitor.

Microfilm Scanning Request

See Scan and Deliver

Veterinary Library

Computer workstation with attached flatbed scanner is available that can capture black-and-white or color originals. (A set of scanning instructions can be found next to this workstation.)

Weigle Information Commons

Seven stations. Penn students, faculty and staff may use them. There are two flat bed and one sheet-fed scanner located near the WIC printer stations. The Vitale Digital Media Lab has 4 scanners: slide, film, document feeder, and large-format capability. [More info available.]