Answered By: Kathy Dabbour Last Updated: Aug 30, 2021 Views: 973
Yes, the library has a microfilm scanner available to the public that digitizes images to TIFF, BITMAP, PNG, and JPG, in addition to PDF.
You can also directly upload to Google docs or email, as well as save to a flash drive. However, it's not high speed automatic, so you would have to scan each image manually. It is available on the 4th floor, east wing of the Library when the Reserves, Periodicals & Microfilm is open, Library Service Desk Hours.