The UO Libraries offers workshops on a variety of tools, software, and methods of digital and data research.
Read about and sign up for UO Libraries workshops:
If you prefer a one-on-one or small group consultation, contact a Subject or Functional Specialist Librarian.
You will find book scanners in the Knight Library, Design Library, Price Science Commons, and Law Library. These scanners offer scanning in a variety of formats, including book, single page, and cropped. They're capable of color, grayscale, or black-and-white scans in a variety of file formats, including JPEG, PDF, and TIFF. After scanning is complete, you can save the files directly to a USB drive or send them as an e-mail attachment (25 MB email limit).
Some of the library's academic workstations also have no-cost scanning using directly connected flatbed scanners.
The color printers are multi-function printers (MFPs) and can be used to make black and white or color photocopies as well. Duck Bucks are required for all photocopy services.
When you search Google Scholar on your personal computer, you can configure your settings so that UO Libraries resource links appear in your results. Then you can click the UO FindText to access a library item.
To configure your Google Scholar Library Links, click on Settings. in the upper right of the search page.
Then select Library Links and search for "University of Oregon." Check the box in the search select and click "Save."
Note: This video refers to a service called Document Delivery. This service has been renamed "Scan & Deliver." This tutorial will be updated soon to reflect this change.