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Options for scanning documents include:
 
Options for scanning documents include:
* NESCent copier -- Can scan documents up to 600dpi b/w or 400dpi grayscale, includes a sheet feeder. Color is not available. Scans can be stored on the copier, sent via email, or deposited directly into a Samba share on a server.
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* NESCent copier -- Can scan documents up to 600dpi b/w or 400dpi grayscale, but color is not available. Includes a sheet feeder. Scans can be stored on the copier, sent via email, or deposited directly into a Samba share on a server.
 
* NESCent scanner -- Can scan in color. There is a sheet feeder, but it is broken. Scans are deposited on the attached computer and must be transferred to a server.
 
* NESCent scanner -- Can scan in color. There is a sheet feeder, but it is broken. Scans are deposited on the attached computer and must be transferred to a server.
* Kinko's -- Will do scanning, but even with our discount, the prices are steep. It is generally better to process documents in-house.
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* Kinko's -- Will do scanning, but even with our discount the prices are steep, and they are not accustomed to doing archival-quality work.  
 
* UNC [http://cdla.unc.edu/ Carolina Digital Library and Archives] -- Did not respond to our initial request. They have the necessary equipment and expertise for most jobs..
 
* UNC [http://cdla.unc.edu/ Carolina Digital Library and Archives] -- Did not respond to our initial request. They have the necessary equipment and expertise for most jobs..
 
* NCSU -- (need to investigate)
 
* NCSU -- (need to investigate)

Latest revision as of 12:19, 1 July 2008

Options for scanning documents include:

  • NESCent copier -- Can scan documents up to 600dpi b/w or 400dpi grayscale, but color is not available. Includes a sheet feeder. Scans can be stored on the copier, sent via email, or deposited directly into a Samba share on a server.
  • NESCent scanner -- Can scan in color. There is a sheet feeder, but it is broken. Scans are deposited on the attached computer and must be transferred to a server.
  • Kinko's -- Will do scanning, but even with our discount the prices are steep, and they are not accustomed to doing archival-quality work.
  • UNC Carolina Digital Library and Archives -- Did not respond to our initial request. They have the necessary equipment and expertise for most jobs..
  • NCSU -- (need to investigate)
  • Duke Digital Production Center -- (need to investigate)