Photocopying, Scanning, and Emailing Library Resources
Students are welcome to use the Library’s electronic resource such as e-journals and databases during their visit. They will need to use the computers on the first floor of the Library in the Information Room or the Reference Room. There is no password required to log in to these computers or the Library’s databases and electronic journals while in the Morris Library. Students can use a flash drive to save articles from the Library’s electronic resources or they can email the articles to themselves free of charge. If students need to copy information from the Library’s print resources, they can scan for free at the scanner on the first floor or the suite of scanners on the lower level of the Library in the Student Multimedia Design Center.
If students would like to photocopy print materials, they will need to bring cash to purchase a copy card in the Library. The card costs $1.00. Then students will need to add funds to the card by feeding folding bills into the dispenser to be transferred onto the card. The dispenser does not accept coins. Photocopies are 10 cents a page. Black and white printing is 4 or 5 cents a page depending on whether single-sided or double-sided printing is selected. Please remind students that when they use print resources, they need to record (manually, via photocopying, or scanning) the information needed for citing the resource such as the article or book title, author, publication title, year of publication, etc.
Elementary Schools Coordinators
Grace Adeneye, M.A.-L.I.S.
Elementary Schools Coordinator
Kaitlyn Tanis, M.A, M.L.I.S.
Middle and High Schools Coordinator
Dianna McKellar, M.S.L.I.S.
Private Schools Coordinator
Erin Daix, M.L.S.
Sandra Millard, Ed.D., M.L.S.