Now available: The Arts Library has a new self-service KIC Bookeye scanner available to patrons. This scanner replaces our previous model. It works similarly, but offers some new features. These include the option of a foot pedal for scanning without having to use the computer touchscreen, a collapsible book cradle, and the ability to send files to Google Drive instead of e-mail or flash drive. As with the previous machine, scans are currently 16 cents/per scan.
The KIC scanner is a higher-end machine and works well for large-sized books and images, as well as fragile materials and library use only items. However, patrons also have other scanning options in the UCLA Libraries:
Charles E. Young Research Library (YRL), 1st floor Research Commons: 1 combination document feed/flatbed scanner, FREE. E-mail delivery only.
CLICC Lab, Powell Library (UCLA students, staff, and faculty only): 6 flatbed scanners (2 connected to PCs, 4 connected to Macs in lab and classrooms), FREE.