e-Reserves: Campus Scanning Sites
If you do not have a scanner in your department, here are some campus scanning sites, some of which are open to faculty outside their departments. Please note the hours posted below are subject to change.
For all faculty
Norlin Library, 1st floor, near the east entrance
Equipment and some technical support available, but you must provide your own labor. A document feeder is available at this station. Items scanned at the Media Library do not need to be delivered to Reserve, as the machine is networked. Simply place your electronic files in a desktop folder as explained in the on-site instructions and they will be harvested by Reserve staff. Please bring a Flash or Jump drive if you wish to retain a copy of your scanned files, for use in future semesters.
Appointments recommended during the week before and week after each semester begins.
These scanners are located in the the lobby of the Access Services Circulation Desk in Norlin Library. Please stop at the Circulation Desk to check out a password to the machines. Scanners are for electronic reserves use only.
Benson Earth Sciences Building
M-F > 8 am - 5 pm
Minimal assistance available. There is no document feeder at this station. Please bring a CD to store your scanned files. You may deliver your files to Reserves via email or by bringing us the CD. Please keep a copy of your files, though, if you wish to use them again in future semesters.
Contact: Kristine Burkhardt, 303-735-3590
Geography KESDA Lab
PoliSci and Sociology Faculty
Contact: Jeff Hayes, 303-492-7030