Photocopying and printing
The multifunction printers operated by IT Services** can be used by staff and students to scan, print and copy. They are located around the campus and in the Library on Floors 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 3rd Floor Extension and the Wolfson Research Exchange. See 360 views.
The Library has six A4 scanners for use by Warwick staff and students. Please refer to University of Warwick HE Licence with the CLA before scanning.
The scanners can be found in the following locations:
- Floor 1 ( 5 scanners)
Five A4 scanners in the Assistive Technology area (near the photocopiers). These can be used by all Warwick staff and students, but students with additional needs* have priority
- Floor 3 ( 3 scanners)
1 scanner in carrel 318. This can be used by all Warwick staff and students, but priority is for students with additional needs*
Get it For Me
This service can provide individual scanned copies of one chapter (or 5%) of a monograph or one article per issue of a journal from the Library’s collections subject to copyright permissions. The scan will be emailed to the University of Warwick email address and is provided only for personal use for educational purposes.
If you require pastel coloured paper for printing within the Library, please ask at the Floor 1 Library Helpdesk.
Can you do copying work for me?
Yes, subject to Copyright restrictions we will photocopy or scan material that is part of the current Library stock.
Please note: this is also available to external customers as a paid service. Please email dsmail at warwick for details on copying charges, or further information or assistance.
Calendar plus Copy request
Microfilm/fiche and related equipment are available on Floor 2 extension. Microfilm/fiche are stored in the metal cabinets on the mobile shelving to your left and left again as you come out of the lift. If you need help please ask at the Library Helpdesk on Floor 1.
What can I copy/copyright information?
There are guidelines on the notices displayed near the photocopying machines, giving details of how much and what type of material you can copy. It is an offence to break the Copyright Laws. It is your responsibility to make sure you keep within the Copyright Regulations.
*To find details of software available to staff/students with additional needs within the Library see the accessibility information.