Public scanners now available at the American Heritage Center!

Public scanners are now available for use in the reading room!  The preference by our researchers for electronic copies is increasing; to meet this growing need the American Heritage Center recently expanded its duplication options to include self-serve onsite scanning available from machines in the reading room.  Features on the scanner include the choice of color or black and white; different file formats (for example, PDF or JPEG); and the ability to scan to email or a jump drive.  Self-provided digital cameras are also allowed in the reading room.  Scanning and/or using a digital camera also have the benefit of being free of charge!

UW student using scanner in the American Heritage Center reading room.  Photograph by AHC faculty.

UW student using scanner in the American Heritage Center reading room. Photograph by AHC faculty.

If you still prefer a paper photocopy this is still an option, at a newly reduced rate of 20-cents per page.

We look forward to seeing you in the reading room!

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1 Response to Public scanners now available at the American Heritage Center!

  1. Shirley Gillespie says:

    Thank you.

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