technology, KIC scanners allow students and faculty to capture digital images
of study materials to their portable flash drives. The KIC scanner can
handle virtually any size book, magazine, journal, newspaper, photo or other
material from postage stamp size up to 17 x 24 inches in black and white or
full color. The images and even text from PDF files can then be pasted
into reports or research papers.
Not only does the KIC scanner make digitization easy, but it is also good for the environment. Since users merely save the images to their flash drives, paper copies are obsolete. This means a reduction in paper and toner usage, which is good for both Baylor University and the environment.
So drop by the Central Libraries and check out the KIC scanning station for yourself. The scanners are located on the first floor of Jones Library, Moody Memorial Library on the first floor near the elevator and in the Garden Level Information Commons.