Daniel Boone Regional Library’s Book Bike is visiting campus!
On April 18, 10:30AM-12:30PM, come to Speaker’s Circle to see the Book Bike. Check out a public library book or apply for a DBRL library card!
For more information about the Book Bike, visit DBRL’s website.
You can scan documents for free at Ellis Library! The KIC scanners are located on the first floor of the library.
Place your materials in the middle of the document table, and use the touch screen to scan. An image of your materials will appear on the screen. There are several options to modify the image. When you are satisfied with your scanned image, use the touch screen to email the image to yourself or save it to a USB drive.
If you need help or have questions, just ask at the Research Help and Information Desk!
MU Print and Mail Center (Digiprint) is the full photocopy service in Ellis Library. You can print your resume on special paper, create full-color copies, fax documents, and more! You can pay with cash, check, debit/credit card, or charge with your student ID.
Bonus Tip: Check out the book sale. You might find some hidden gems at a huge discount price!
Did you know that you can print from your own laptop to a library printer? Download Print Anywhere with four easy steps:
1. Go to the DoIt website and click the yellow button in the middle of the screen that says “Print Anywhere.”
2. Log in to your PrintSmart account and click the “Print Anywhere” tab on the top left.
3. Choose an Ellis Printer. Make sure you know the location of the printer bank you are choosing.
4. It will download like a software on to your computer, and you are ready to go!
If you have any problems, ask at the Research Help and Information Desk!
Get the most out of your group study session by reserving a study room in Ellis Library!
Doors or No Doors? On the first floor, we have rooms with doors and no doors for varying needs of privacy.
Film Studios 2E21 and 3E21 are our film studios. These rooms have a green screen wall that you can use to replace the background on video or photography projects.
Larger Rooms Take the elevator to 3R to find these spacious, private rooms. Check the schedule because sometimes these rooms are used for meetings or classroom instruction.