Across campus, you can find specialized scanners and services to convert almost any document to a digital format. These services include:
ITServices has partnered with Box and Google Drive for the campus' cloud storage needs. Most of the features of Google Drive and Box are very similar; we recommend you use the tool that is best for your team. The primary differences between Google Drive and Box are shown in the following table:
|Real-time edition and collaboration||No||Yes|
|Extensive document preview formats||Yes||No|
|Ownership||Owner of the folder||Creator of the document|
|Groups||A group or an individual can own a folder||Only individuals own folders|
To learn more about campus cloud storage solutions, check out the Academic & Scholarly Technology Services blog post, "Box v.s. Google: Which to Use for My Class?"
The University of Chicago's printing service is available at all campus libraries, residence halls, and the Arley D. Cathey Learning Center. To learn more about how to print, copy, and scan across campus, speak to the Proven staff on the first floor of the Regenstein Library.
The first floor of the Regenstein Library also has a Zeta Book Scanner (pictured above) free of cost. Requires a USB drive.