Self-service scanners are available in both Libraries. On the ground floor of Linderman Library you will find a book-edge scanner, excellent for large format books, just outside of Lucy's Cafe. It complements two flatbed scanners located on L-0-Upper. LTS also provides standard flatbed scanners in three locations in the Fairchild-Martindale Library -- behind the Help Desk, in the Media Center, and the Digital Media Studio.
Lehigh University Libraries provide both self-service and full-service photocopying services.
Self-service photocopiers are available in Fairchild-Martindale and Linderman Libraries and require the use of a copy card available at the circulation desk. Copy cards come in set values of $2.00, $5.00 or $10.00. Each copy is five cents.
The $2.00 charge is for a one time card cost of $1.00 and 20 copies. The $5.00 charge is for a one time card cost of $1.00 and 80 copies. Once copies are depleted on a card, the card can be recharged at the Circulation Desk for any value. Cards may be purchased with cash or by charging an account that is a GoldPlus, personal, research or departmental bursar account.
There are microform reader printers and scanner located on the second floor of the Fairchild-Martindale Library. To make a digital file of materials in microformat, you may scan and save the pages as PDFs on a personal CD or USB device.
For assistance with the photocopiers or microform reader printers/scanners, please stop by the Circulation Desk Fairchild-Martindale Library or phone 610-758-3070.
The Library also offers JScan - a free scanned copy service for Lehigh University faculty, staff and students within fair use. To request scanned copies of journal articles or reports that are available only in print or microform from the Libraries' collections, please fill out the ILLiad form. Most materials can be scanned, saved in PDF and sent to you through the electronic delivery service via ILLiad.
If scanning is not feasible, the library will photocopy materials for a per page fee. These copies can be picked up at the library or sent at to a campus address.
If material is available electronically (i.e. no scanning is necessary) but a paper copy is desired, a fee is assessed for a copy of that material.