Answered By: Wendy Hardenberg Last Updated: Dec 15, 2014 Views: 144
There is a fax machine at the Reference Desk. Ask the librarian for help.
You can also scan documents at our scanners to email or a USB drive, then use a free service like FaxZero to send faxes. FaxZero will send up to 5 faxes of no more than 3 pages each for free (with FaxZero branding on the coverpage, which is not included in the page count). Additional services are available for a fee. There are other fax services available, and the library cannot make any guarantee of sending or quality of outside services.
If you can get an email address for your recipient, you can also send a scanned document by email. We recommend sending it to yourself first, then forwarding the scanned document to the recipient, as we do not monitor the scanning email address for replies.
- If you have a smart phone, you can also take a picture of your document and fax it directly from your phone at Faxzero or GotFreeFax.com, which has a nice mobile website. Just make sure take picture where there is plenty of light so your fax image has good contrast.