Answered By: University of Illinois Library
Last Updated: May 15, 2019     Views: 3874

For information on where to find printers, copiers, and scanners in U of I's campus libraries, please visit our library technology page. This page also shows you how to:

There are a limited number copiers on campus. If you need to make copies of documents, we recommend you scan and then print them using one of the library's printers. For more information on public printing, please visit Library IT.

While the Scholarly Commons has some unique scanning equipment, it is only available to people who have a U of I NetID and password to log into their computers. However, if you want to scan with a Plustek OpticBook A300 Scanner and do not have a U of I login, there is a similar model in SSHEL that does not require a login. Additionally, the Scholarly Commons' Spirit Book Scanner does not require a login, only a flashdrive.

For information on how to view, scan, and print microform on campus, please visit the Microform Library Guide.

You can also use computer labs throughout the university to print. Here is a listing of university computers lab locations and hours

Contact Us

If the Ask a Librarian chat service is offline, visit the Ask a Librarian help page to find alternative contact methods.