There library has five high-speed network printers: two on the first floor and three in the teaming room. The printers use Equitrac printing solution, which enable users to print to a single queue, and release your print job from any of the five printers in the library.
Please note: Printers are for the use of Stanford law students only.
- From the Print window, click Properties.
- Locate the Finishing tab, and uncheck the Print on both sides box.
- From the Print window, uncheck the Two-Sided box.
The library has five (5) scanners that are free for students to use: three (3) on the second floor, and two (2) on the first floor.
The Teaming Room, located on the library’s second floor, is equipped with two (2) KIC Bookeye self-service scanning stations. Use these overhead scanners to save files in multiple formats and send your scans to an email account, cloud storage, your smart device, or save it to a flash drive.
There is also and one (1) flatbed Epson scanner with a document feeder located in the Teaming Room.
On the first floor, across from the Reference Desk, there is one (1) flatbed Epson scanner with a document feeder.
The photocopier behind the Loan Desk also has scanning capacity with a document feeder. Law students may trade their SUID for an Equitrac Card at the loan desk to use this scanner; please note that to use this machine for photocopying, patrons must purchase a copy card from the card dispenser (see below).
The library also has one (1) photocopier in the room behind the Loan Desk on the first floor. To use this machine, please purchase a copy card from the black Equitrac (card-dispensing) machine. The cost of the card is $1.00. The new card must be activated by adding value to it via the Equitrac card dispenser.
We have a ScanPro 3000, digital microform viewer/scanner, at the 2nd floor desk (adjacent to the library’s lounge area). Users may read microfilm and microfiche products, produce quality PDFs from the microforms and email or download the documents. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a quick tutorial on using this machine.