University of Wisconsin–Madison

Book Scanners, Charging Stations, and More Printing

The Law Library's copy center is more than just a place to make copies.  The room, located on the fifth floor near the public computer terminals, now has two printers with options to print with either a copy card (purchased from the wall unit in the copy center) or from your Campus Cash account.  No more long lines at the one printer.

There are also two mobile charging stations on the fifth floor.  The first is in the Copy Center and the second is located in the corner of the fifth floor near the older newspapers.  Charge up your device and take a break from studying at either location.

The book scanners, a great new addition to the copy center last year, are already heavily used.  Did you know that you can also scan in pages from books (which can be hard to do on a traditional copier) and send your scanned pages to your smartphone, Google Drive, or even to the printers?  Scanning is free and can often save you time as well as paper.

The Copy Center can help you out in many unique ways.  If you need help with any of the machines or just have a question about procedures, please ask the reference librarian.

Submitted by Kristopher Turner on October 3, 2013

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