Scanning of documents
Our scanning facilities for the digitalization of documents, pictures or texts from books or journals can be found in the PC reading room on floor 9, in the Departmental Library 2 on floor 8 and in the Departmental Library 6 (Campus Haspel).
Overhead book scanners
There are four overhead book scanners available which you may use on your own. Scanning is free of charge. The Bookeye scan system is especially suitable for quick and gentle scanning of books and journals. You can scan documents up to DIN A 2 with the colour scanners and save your scanned data on a USB flash drive or your iPad (app “scan2mobile” is necessary).
One of these scanners is located in the departmental library 2 and two scanners are located at the PC reading room on the 9th floor. Another scanner is located in the departmental library 6 at Campus Haspel.
There are three flatbed scanners which are connected to a computer workstation of the Pc-pool on the floors 7 and 9. Here, you can scan, save, and edit documents up to DIN A 4. If you want to use these workstations, you will have to log in with your user account.
Other scanning facilities
One computer workstation in the PC reading room is equipped with a feed scanner which allows the scanning of a single document up to DIN A 4 as well as a bunch of documents (with a maximum input capacity of 10 sheets). You will also find a small overhead scanner at another computer workstation in the PC reading room. For using these two workstations you will have to log in with your user account.