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What is it?
Scan and Deliver is a free scanning service that delivers copies of Yale materials as PDF files within 48 business hours of a request.

What can I request?
Most print materials in the general collection are eligible. Links do not appear next to ineligible items in Orbis.

How much can I request?
For copyright compliance we have a two chapter or article per person per volume limit. 

How do I get started?
Just click the "request scan" link next to the item's title in Orbis, fill out the chapter or pages you want, and let us do the rest!


Scan and Deliver Overview

Scan and Deliver provides current Yale University students, faculty, and staff, as well as alumni with paid borrowing privileges, access to on-demand scans of articles and book chapters from Yale's circulating collection. Materials that are available to circulate can be requested through Orbis for scanning. Scans are delivered via email as PDF files within 48 business hours.

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Use Scan and Deliver after finding material in the Yale collection. Material eligible for Scan and Deliver will display a request link in the Orbis record.


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