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ART 200 - Three Dimensional Design

This class guide supports research for the Spring 2018 sessions of ART200.

Scan or Print Images


image of a person using a scannerThere are free scanners located throughout Hale Library. Use them to scan in color and even crop images. After you scan, either e-mail files to yourself or save them to a USB jump drive. 

iTAC's Media Development Center (MDC) is located in Hale Library, Room 213. They offer large flatbed scanners and several useful software programs, including the Adobe Creative Suite, iWorks, and Final Cut Pro, among others. 

If you'd like to make an appointment to use the scanner that can create very high-resolution digital image files contact Jahvelle Rhone at 532-4445. 

There are also free scanners located in Weigel Library in 0081 Regnier Hall. Remember, even if you're not an APDesign student, you can still use Weigel's resources.

image of a person using a flatbed scanner


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How to print in Hale Library (including printing in color)

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