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History 103F - The Chinese Earth, Resources and Ecology - Spring 2018: Quick Links

Instructor: Nylan

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Scanning

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  • save documents to a USB drive (Moffitt Copy Center sells USB drives)
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  • send documents to library printers 

All of the scanning services are free, except for printing scanned documents (see below)

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Printing

  • Printing in the libraries costs 8 cents per page for black & white, or 60 cents per page for color.
    • UC Berkeley students, faculty and staff pay with their Cal 1 Card.
    • Visitors can request a Cal 1 Guest Card from a library public service desk, or the Copy Center in Moffitt Library.
  • You can print from your laptop or portable device. See the Wi-Fi Printing at the Library guide.

Complete Print/Scan information is available on the library website.

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