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CSUN students, faculty, staff, and visitors can scan documents and book pages with the Library’s user friendly, self-serve ScannX scanners. These scanning stations do not require a login and allow CSUN students to send scanned items to: USB, E-Mail, Box, and Phone/Tablet. The ScannX scanners in the Library also have the ability to translate documents into another language with the Scannx Scan-to-Translate service. Scanners were purchased with funding from the Campus Quality Fee.

Persons using the University Library self-service scanners are responsible for doing so in compliance with U.S. copyright law.

ScannX Scanner Locations:

Main Floor - Core

A table with a scanner next to a keyboard and monitor with a sign saying "Scan Here"

Main Floor - Core

  • Adjacent to the Library Technology Services Desk: Flatbed Book Scanner 7145
  • Adjacent to Computer Station LIB-LCV-011: Flatbed Book Scanner 7145

4th Floor - Reserves, Periodicals & Microform

  • 2 Flatbed Book Scanner 7145 with A3 Automatic Document Feeder
  • 2 Over Head ScanSnap SV600 Scanner

More Information

  • Note: During busy times, CSUN students, faculty, and staff have priority access to Library scanners.
  • Photocopying is unavailable in the Library. Alternatively, CSUN students are welcome to use the self-serve scanning stations to scan their documents and print them out using Library lab printing.
  • QuickCopies and Reprographics(link is external) now located in the PPM Logistical Services Building, Lot C6 has additional printing and copying services available through their online store."

Need Help?

Problems should be reported to the Library Technology Services desk, or by calling 818-677-6304.