Nova Southeastern University Adopts High-Tech book2net Book Scanner for Law School Library

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Friday, September 23, 2011

Established in 1974, the law school currently has about 1,200 students, and the law library houses about 300,000 volumes and has 23 staff members. With all of these moving parts, it was important to find a digital book scanner that was affordable, reliable and easy to use.

“We love the portability of the Book2net Spirit; we’ve been able to use it on every floor in the library, and we’ve had very positive feedback from our staff, who really appreciate its simple user interface,” said Eric Young, assistant dean, Law Library and Technology Services, and assistant professor of Law, Nova Southeastern University Shepherd Broad Law Center.

The staff is primarily using the scanner for in-house archiving of books, papers and photographs and plans to roll it out for student use as well later this year.

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