Three copy machines are available for the public to use. They are located in the main hallway on the first level, near the Information Desk on the fourth level, and in Genealogy on the second level.
Each machine is capable of copying in black & white or color and scanning documents directly to an email address. Black & white and color printing is available from all public computers.
Black & White: $0.10/page
Double-sided printing is available and is charged per side.
You can also email any documents you need printed to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, please include:
Library staff will contact you when your items have been printed and are ready to be picked up.
The Library's fax machine is located at the Service Desk. Patrons may receive and/or send faxes at the Library at the rate of $1.00 per page.
Faxes are sent only within the continental United States. The Library assumes no responsibility of notification of the receipt of a fax for an individual, unless phone number of recipient’s phone number is listed. Received faxes will be held by the Library for one week and then discarded if not picked up.
The Library's laminator is located at the Information Desk. The fees for laminating are:
The Library's disc cleaner is located at the Service Desk. The fees for cleaning a disc are:
By using the Library’s disc cleaning service, patrons release the Library of any responsibility regarding the quality or the functionality of their disc after it has been cleaned.
The Library will provide proctoring services upon request. The proctoring service should be scheduled in advance (at the Information Desk, by calling 217.345.4913, or by emailing email@example.com) and the person taking the test should provide the library with a contact phone number. The appointment may be canceled due to library closure (i.e. closure due to weather, etc.)
The rate for this service is $25 per test session; this fee will cover any printing, postage, and/or fax fees associated with the test administration. The fee must be paid before the test is administered. The person taking the test will be responsible for confirming that the test is sent to the Library for the proctor appointment. The Library will hold any test materials that are sent to the Library for 1 week and then will discard or return if not picked up.