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Scan and Deliver Service

Scan and Deliver Service


The Library is providing a Scan and Deliver service so Courtauld students and staff can still obtain articles and chapters from print books and journals while we have to limit access to the shelves to reduce the spread of coronavirus.

 The procedure is simple: you tell us what you need – we source the scan for you – we email the scan to your Courtauld email address.

To make a Scan and Deliver request:

  1. Check the library catalogue to see if we hold the item in the library. If it is something we will need to request for you from another library please visit our Interloans web page
  2. Open the Scan and Deliver online form
  3. Login with your Courtauld username and password
  4. Fill out the form with as much information as possible about the item you would like us to scan. Copyright law allows us to scan 1 article from a journal issue and 1 chapter or 10% of a book
  5. Let us know the date you need the scan by
  6. Click Next
  7. Read the declaration carefully
  8. Select Yes to agree to the declaration. If you have any questions about the declaration, contact us
  9. Select Submit
  10. When your scan is ready, we will email it to your Courtauld address

You can find more information about Scan and Deliver in the FAQs below. If you need assistance, contact us.

I am happy to come to the library, can I scan material myself?

Unfortunately, the Library has to limit access to the shelves to reduce the spread of coronavirus. You can scan up to 10% or a chapter of any books you borrow through our Click and Collect service.

Can Library staff scan items for me while access to the physical libraries is limited due to Covid-19?

Yes, you can request scans of individual articles from journal issues and chapters or 10% of books. Complete our online form with the details and Library staff will email the scan to you within 5 working days.

What can Library staff scan for me?

Under copyright law, Library staff can scan individual articles from journal issues and chapters or 10% of books on your behalf. Please do not ask for more than this as checking what you want within these limits will slow down your request. You can use our Click and Collect service if you need to read more.

How many scans can I request at a time?

You can request 1 scan a day. Please do not ask for more than this as checking want you want will slow down your request and those of your friends

How long does the process take?

Library staff will process scan requests on weekdays, except those when The Courtauld is closed. We aim to fulfil requests for scans of items on the shelves within 5 working days but will be unable to scan items currently on loan to other readers until those readers return them. We will contact you at your Courtauld email address if we have any problems.

How will the Library share the scan with me?

The Library will email the scan as an attachment to your Courtauld address. We may use a transfer service for large scans.

Can I share the scan with other people?

No, the scans the Library provides through the service are for your use only. You should not share them with anyone else.

I am self-isolating/ shielding, can the Library scan extra material for me?

The Library has special arrangements if you are self-isolating because you have or might have Coronavirus, or you are shielding because you are extremely clinically vulnerable. Please contact us for help.

The Library does not hold the item I want it to scan, how can I access it?

The Library can request scans from other libraries for you through inter-library loan. Please see our Interloans and other libraries web page for more information about this service

What other Library services are available?

You can find details of the Library’s current services on the our web pages. Check our resources web pages for more information about the online resources and e-book platforms available to support your research and study.

I need help, how can I contact the Library?

Information about all of Library’s services is available on our web pages. If you cannot find what you are looking for or need assistance, please contact us.

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