Answered By: Tulane Libraries
Last Updated: Mar 14, 2023     Views: 806

Self-service black-and-white copy machines are located on the 1st and 5th floors of the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library. Copies cost 10 cents per page. The copy machines accept only Splash cards or printing/copying cards purchased from the card dispenser in the 1st floor lobby near the elevators. Copiers do not accept cash or coins.


Regular flat bed scanners can be found throughout the 1st floor next to the log-in computers. There is an additional flatbed scanner in the 4th floor lobby. There are instructions on how to use these scanners on select computer tables.


The sixth floor near the Media Services help desk has a self-service overhead digital scanner with the option of a cradle (for books) or flat surface (for documents). Scans may either be saved to a USB drive or e-mailed directly from the computer attached to the scanner. Researchers can bring their own USB drive.

The Schiro Reading Room, which serves the Louisiana Research Collection and University Archives, is located on the 2nd floor of Jones Hall and has a self-service overhead digital scanner with the option of a cradle (for books) or flat surface (for documents). Scans may either be saved to a USB drive or e-mailed directly from the scanner. Emailing works only with a limited number of small files, so researchers should bring their own USB drive.

 

Adding Value to your Card

The card dispensers at the Howard-Tilton library (in the 1st floor lobby near the elevators), the Lavin-Bernick Center, and on the 1st floor of Richardson Memorial Hall allow card holders to add cash value to their purchased cards or to their Splash cards. Just follow the directions at the machine. 

Tulane Students, Faculty, and Staff may also use Gibson Online to add value to their Splash cards with a credit card.

 

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