Answered By: Georgina Martorella Last Updated: Mar 30, 2016 Views: 428
The Knowledge Imaging Center (KIC) is located on the ground floor of Axinn Library across from the periodicals desk. It is a public walk-up scanning system for patrons, students, faculty, and administrators. The KIC makes it easy to digitize research materials from books, magazines, and journals. It is also perfect for sharing notes, or enhancing the quality of reports and papers with crystal clear color and black and white excerpts.
- the KIC has a full color 17" x 24" scan area; four times a letter size page!
- you can save directly as searchable and mark-able PDF files or save as an image to insert into a report
- you can instantly clip images on-screen with the crop tool
- save to USB flash drives or send to any email address
- environmentally friendly--no toner, drums, paper, etc.
- FREE for students, faculty and staff!!!
If you need help using the KIC, be sure to stop by the Periodicals Desk (also located on the ground floor). A trained Library employee will be happy to assist you with any questions, or will provide you with a brief lesson on how to use the KIC.