[Athen] Face-Up Scanners or Stand-Along Scanners
larry.kiser at sfcollege.edu
Fri Mar 1 12:10:37 PST 2013
Check out Plustek OpticBook scanners. Relatively inexpensive, quick, and quality scan. The link to the Plustek website is http://plustek.com/usa/products/opticbook-series/.
Disabilities Resource Center, S-233
Santa Fe College
Gainesville, FL 32606
From: Cassandra L. Tex [mailto:Cassandra.Tex at humboldt.edu]
Sent: Friday, March 01, 2013 2:05 PM
To: Alt Media HTCTU Listserv; ATHEN Listserv
Subject: [Athen] Face-Up Scanners or Stand-Along Scanners
Happy Friday (and sorry for the cross posting)...
Are any of you using (or do your libraries have) face-up scanners or stand-alone scanners? I have a Canon-DR 9080C for alternate format production, but am looking for alternatives to traditional flat-bed scanning for Library books, print reserves, etc. (those times when it's not practical to take the binding off the book). It's not practical or efficient to use a traditional flat-bed scanner (not to mention the quality of flat-bed scanning - flipping the book around, bending the spine, the curvature near the binding, etc).
Wondering if face-up scanners or stand-alone scanners would meet this need, if the speed and quality of the scan is acceptable?
Any help or guidance you may have would be appreciated! Makes/models and prices would also be welcomed!
Assistive Technology Specialist
Humboldt State University
Student Disability Resource Center
Arcata, CA 95521
tex at humboldt.edu<mailto:tex at humboldt.edu>
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