Thursday, September 14, 2006

iScan Service Simplifies Scanning and Saving

The University Libraries, in partnership with University Computing Services and the Office of Information Technology, offer a new scanning service on Bracken’s First Floor West.

iScan, a locally developed touch screen application, allows a Ball State student to scan a print document directly to iLocker. The process couldn’t be simpler. Anyone in the Ball State communication can swipe his or her BSU identification card using the attached card reader.

The easy-to-use touch screen display prompts the operator to choose scan quality. The next step is to place a document on the flatbed scanner, and touch the scan icon. In just a few seconds, a JPEG image of the document is stored in the iScan folder in the user’s iLocker account.

The University Libraries provide easy access to iLocker, a data storage solution that provides students, faculty, and staff with free access to 2 GB of storage of personal use. View for information.


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