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Use the directions at this link to print from a personal laptop.
The library does not have stand-alone photocopy machines.
You can scan materials and send to email or save to USB.
No charge for scanning, but printing costs are the same as above.
Under the 1976 Copyright Act, Libraries may provide limited copying services for their patrons. The following guidelines must be followed for the Library to comply: The copied material must display the following information: "NOTICE": This material may be protected by copyright law. (Title 17 U.S. Code)
The material must become the property of the patron, and the Library must have no notice that the material will be used for anything but "private study, scholarship, or research."
Materials may not be copied in large quantities nor should it substitute for subscription to or purchase of materials.
It is the responsibility of the individual to comply with U.S. Copyright Law, which is posted near each machine:
The Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the reproduction, distribution, adaptation, public performance, and public display of copyrighted material. Responsibility for any possible copyright infringement lies solely with the user; the Parkland College and Parkland Library disclaims any responsibility or liability resulting thereof.
A pay per use fax machine is available. This machine will allow outgoing faxes only.
The machine accepts credit cards or branded (e.g. Visa. MC) debit cards only.
US, Canada and Caribbean, $1.75 first page/$1 ea additional page
International, $3.95 first page.$3.45 ea additional page
This is the only student accessible fax machine on campus.
There are also free web-based fax services, such as faxzero.com