Answered By: Tim Conant Last Updated: Aug 04, 2020 Views: 934
You can scan and copy in the HKS Library Commons and the Ofer Student Study.
Fax service is available in the Ofer Student Study and at the HKS Registrar’s Office.
Scanners at the HKS Library LG-18A and in the Library Commons Room, LG-18B.
The scanner in LG-18A is especially designed for books and is accessible during library hours. It can also be used for high quality scans of documents. There is no auto-feed feature on this machine. It does have:
- easy to use touch screen interface
- adjustments to quality, cropping, color and searchability
- scan to USB or email.
- This scanner is free to use.
- Please read the copyright notice on the wall and be sure to ask us for help if needed
The scanner/copier/printer in the Library Commons, LG-18B and the Ofer Student Study are the same type of machine.
- Available when the campus and buildings are open.
- Scanning is free of charge
- Auto-feed tray for scanning notes and multiple documents.
- Instructions for its use are posted on the wall above the machine.
To make copies, the library user needs Crimson Cash on their HU I.D. or a Crimson Cash card (guests can one obtain at the Library Services Desk). Value to an ID or card can be added at cash.harvard.edu or at the value transfer station adjacent to the vending machines, outside of the library.
The cost per copy is $0.10
You can print at this machine using Crimson Cash and a USB device.
Faxing is available via the scanner/copier/printer in the Ofer Student Study, (3rd floor), and at the Office of Career Advancement, located at 124 Mount Auburn Street, Suite 190-South.