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.