Since years there are lots of FREE to use (Zeutschel) scanners in most
German academic libraries.
2013/6/13 Federico Leva (Nemo) <nemowiki(a)gmail.com>om>:
Lars Aronsson, 13/06/2013 15:39:
Some research libraries in Stockholm (at archives
museums) have put up book scanners that the public
can use. They have the same function as a public
copier, but you get your copies on a USB stick rather
than on paper.
Nice, are they all scanners like this?
The only thing I know about is that some (few) libraries let you use copiers
of this sort to scan books and have them on USB drive, email or HTTP/FTP
In theory two separate C-levels of my university promised me to make one or
more available to students using a fraction of the 6-figures budget for
copiers, but you can't imagine the internal fights there are in my
universities around copiers.
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