All library locations have photocopy machines. Photocopiers are located on each floor of the Carlson Library, usually near the elevators.
Copies cost $0.10 per copy (8.5" x 11") with cash, $0.08 with your Rocket Card. Copy machines can accept coins, and $1 or $5 bills, or copies can be made using your Rocket Dollar account on your Rocket ID Card. Money may be added to your Rocket Dollar account on the web from a credit card or in person at kiosk near cafeteria in Student Union.
The University contracts with an outisde vendor to run the campus photocopying services. Their employees are the only people authorized to service or repair photocopy machines in the Library.
The Mulford Library's photocopy room is located on the fifth floor of the Library in the northwest corner of the floor (room 511). In this room are photocopiers that use change, Rocket cards, and departmental copy codes.
Copies are 5 cents per page using a card and 10 center per page using change.
Personal copy cards. Your Rocket ID Card can be used as a copy card if there is money on your Rocket Dollar account. Money may be added to your Rocket Dollar account on the web with a credit card. Copy cards can be used at any copier on the Health Science Campus that has a card reader. At this time, copy card from Main Campus do not work in the Health Science Campus copiers.
Departmental copy codes. Departmental copy codes may be available for faculty and staff. Ask your departmental secretary or administrative assistant for more information. These codes can be used on the machines in the fifth floor copy room. If a code does not work on one copier, try another copier.
Mulford Library Access Services staff (419.383.4225) will scan articles and e-mail articles that are available in the library for faculty, residents, and staff upon request.
To report problems with any of the equipment in the photocopy room, stop by the service desk on the fourth floor of the Library. Make sure you have the tag number, which is posted prominently on the front of the machine. Problems with copy cards can also be reported at the desk.
Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship, or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use," that user may be liable for copyright infringement. This institution reserves the right to refuse to accept a copying order if, in its judgment, fulfillment of the order would involve violation of copyright law.
Users of copyrighted materials accessible in and through the Library are obligated to adhere to the guidelines regarding fair use for educational institutions. Library users bear personal responsibility for abiding by the copyright laws of the United States when using photocopiers, computers, software applications, reserve material services, or making slides for presentations.
Some campus photocopiers also have a built in scanning function that can be used to send scans as PDF files to your H: drive or to e-mail. These require you to log on with your UTAD account.