In the early days of digital interlibrary loan and digital document delivery, the available software was simple and image quality expectations of requestors were low. Times have changed. The demand for faster workflow delivery and perfect, printer-ready images has made the current software environment complex, creating significant challenges in training new employees. BSCAN ILL simplifies existing processes and produces perfect, printer-ready images.
BSCAN ILL starts by eliminating the need to manually enter requestor information. BSCAN ILL automatically reads the information that is required by interlibrary loan document de-
livery software from scanned pull slips, not only saving time but also eliminating human error.
Articles are scanned using one of a family of high speed face-up scanners: Click Mini, Click, and Bookeye 4 V3, V2 & V1. By eliminating the constant book flipping required by flatbed scanners, these face-up scanners are three to five times faster than the fastest face-down scanners, and they do not cause book spine damage. For low volume ILL operations, BSCAN ILL also runs BookEdge flatbed scanners, employing their book edge feature and a faster mode that scans two pages at a time.
Once articles are scanned, BSCAN ILL's powerful image treatment capabilities automatically eliminate skew and remove unwanted black borders, fan and gutter.
Finally, BSCAN ILL automatically sends requests through ILLiad/Odyssey, Ariel, RAPID, Clio, Article Exchange, Relais, FTP, and e-mail and can notifiy ILLiad/Odyssey in each case, all without any need for further human intervention. Resending articles is also a snap.
...add Digital Document Delivery
services for as little as $2,000 per year, would you?
...cut your ILL scanning time in half for less than $2,000 per
year, and in half again for $500 more, would you?
...simplify your digitization process, reduce worker training
time, produce clean, straight print-ready images every
time for $2,000 per year, would you?
you could do all this plus eliminate
keying the requestor info, automatically deliver
articles, resend requests days later if a delivery
failure occurs, and operate seamlessly with all
other ILL software and systems (e.g. Article
Exchange, ILLiad/Odyssey, Clio, Relais, Ariel,
FTP & email)?
A fundamental tenet that has always bound the academic research community together is open sharing of newfound knowledge. Today, this open sharing is going on at a feverish pace and digital interlibrary loan services are an essential vehicle. Scholars from all fields are becoming increasingly dependent on their ability to acquire journal articles in just one day.
In the early 1990s, the pioneers of interlibrary loan digitization had no choice but to adapt commercial scanning equipment to meet their needs. Ariel was the only available document delivery software and there were no scanners made specifically for scanning books, journals and maps. Over time, that changed. Planetary scanners became available in the late 1990s. The first release of BSCAN ILL automatically read (using OCR) the requestor information from pull slips without manual keying, supported rapid scanning and image cleanup, and automatically posted to Ariel with the press of a single button. Since then, ILLiad, Odyssey, Ariel, RAPID, Clio and Article Exchange have been integrated into BSCAN ILL with the same hands-off automation. BSCAN ILL has a host of valuable features, many of which are not available with any other system.
In addition to allowing review of electronic articles and resource sharing to reduce per article scanning costs (e.g. for archival, electronic course materials creation, scanning projects), only BSCAN ILL offers you:
One easy user interface, integrated seamlessly with Article
Exchange, ILLiad/Odyssey, RAPID, Relais, Ariel, Clio, FTP & Email
- reduces training time significantly
Optimized for the latest technology in face-up scanners, including all Bookeye models, Click, Click Mini, and face-down scanners such as BookEdge and WideTEK 25
Automatically reading of requestor information from pull slips
Automatically sending without intervention by the scan operator
Central management with central, portable and remote scanning
Automatic hold of all scanned articles for up to 30 days for
correcting and easy resending
Automatic updating of ILLiad/Odyssey, even if the request was delivered by another means such as Ariel, Relais, Clio, FTP or email
Automatic image cleanup and output of 'printer-ready' images
[a seven-step procedure]
[a two-step procedure]
Bookeye 4 V3
The sequence above shows just how much work is required to use a face-down scanner to scan multiple pages.
In contrast, the sequence on the left shows the relative speed and ease of face-up scanning systems that do not require the user to flip over the book being scanned. Once placing the book, the user simply turns pages and presses the scan button (or foot pedal) to scan two pages at a time.
All of the systems that DLSG bundles with
BSCAN ILL are quite fast, but our face up
scanners are the fastest. By eliminating
the need to flip the volume repeatedly, our
face-up scanners are up to 5 times faster
than the fastest face-down scanners.
Digitization for ILL and digital document de- livery are production processes. It is impor- tant that they be backed by a reliable vendor team, and Image Access has an unmatched service and support record.
Never Fail an Article Request Again
Bookeyes follow the
natural curve of the book
when they scan. Good
lighting is essential for
good scanning, and
Bookeye 4 scanners em-
ploy two white LED light
bars that sweep across
Click captures the left and
right pages with two separate
cameras positioned at ideal
An array of 420 individu-
ally aimed white LED lights
produce bright, evenly distrib-
uted illumination from above
and behind the scan bed,
thus avoiding reflection.
The BookEdge is a
flatbed scanner with a
specialized feature that
easily captures close
into the bookfold
Bookeye 4 with optional display monitor on neck.
BSCAN ILL automatically captures data directly from
pull slips - less keying means fewer keying errors.
BSCAN ILL reads the requestor's name, the delivery
method, and IP address from the pull slip and uses
this information to automatically route the electronic
document to the appropriate document delivery
software. After the article is sent, BSCAN ILL updates
your document delivery software automatically. No
extra keystrokes are necessary.
Scan two pages at
a time, using the
keyboard to delete
unwanted pages. An
optional foot pedal
is available for even
faster scanning. Once
scanned, the article is
passed to the auto-
matic image treatment
BSCAN ILL automatically locates the content on each
page, clips the content, creates a preset margin for
consistency, and deskews and corrects curvature
when necessary. When completed, the treated article
images are passed on to the manual review stage.
This stage can be run after each article is scanned, or
for greater efficiency, several articles can be scanned
in sequence, automatically treated, queued up in this
stage and reviewed at one time.
Each article is automatically sent via the
delivery method specified. If an ILL de-
partment is using ILLiad and Odyssey to
track completion and perform billing-relat-
ed operations, BSCAN ILL can be config-
ured to notify Odyssey that the article was
sent even if it wasn't sent by Odyssey.
BSCAN ILL is capable of storing
articles for a configurable number of
days after they're sent. If an article must be
resent, it can be opened and sent right away or be
edited first, for example by adding or deleting pages.
Using the book edge to Scan 1 page at a time
Face up scanners minimize book jockeying. Fast face-up
scanners like those offered by DLSG with BSCAN ILL are 3-5 times faster than the fastest face-down scanners and photo- copiers. And unlike face-down scanners and copiers, DLSG scanners are designed to capture deep into the book fold, flat- ten book curve, split images into two pages and remove fan and gutter.
BookEdge is uniquely designed for scanning books and is
the fastest face-down scanner in its price range. When used in book mode (one page at a time), this scanner flattens the page and captures deep into the fold of tightly bound journals. With BSCAN ILL, the BookEdge can also be used to scan 2 pages at a time, which is substantially faster than book mode. BSCAN ILL splits & flattens the pages, and eliminates fan, gutter & skew.
Older technologies like photocopiers and face-down scan-
ners are concomitant with limitations that typically include:
The exceptional image quality produced by Bookeye and
WideTEK scanners affords opportunities for resource shar-
ing with Archivists as well as use for projects and creat-
ing digital course materials. Reduce your cost per article scanned by sharing equipment costs and helping other departments to switch to digital format and get color content without the additional cost of color copiers or color micro- filming.
Use some digitization projects funding
to purchase the Bookeye
4 V1, V2 or V3 and dramatically
reduce ILL's share of the cost
of state-of-the-art scanning
equipment. A complementary schedule
is usually easy to agree upon. Note that while the
Bookeye 4 V2's standard image quality (high quality
400dpi) meets and exceeds digitization standards, a
600dpi option can be purchased later, if desired.
BSCAN ILL automatically locates the content and sets consistent
removes fan, gutter and black edges - and even deskews the image.
Avoid the poor results that
photocopiers & microfilming
too often produce.
To capture moving objects, digital cameras must use array CCDs,
which capture all parts of the object at the same instant. Afford-
able digital cameras have 50 megapixels or less. And those pixels must be further divided into red, green and blue sub-pixels, which can reduce the clarity of color images by 40%.
Since books don't move while being scanned, Bookeyes employ linear CCD technology to produce ultra-clear images with astounding 140 megapixels. Each pixel in a linear CCD includes full red, green and blue sub-pixels.
Scanners use linear CCDs. The sweep-
ing action of scanners allow them to
capture the precise amount of red, blue
and green for each pixel.
Bookeye 4 scanners utilize a unique state-of-the-art rotating mirror system that dramatically reduces clarity loss at the corners of the image due to the limitations of lens systems. Bookeyes can also scan in V-mode or flat-mode, and they scan from left to right, allowing them to follow the curves of the book.
The Bayer Pattern is used by
digital cameras to capture color images
Scale ILL Up
NEW Bookeye 4 V2 or
V3 with BSCAN ILL
OLD Bookeye 2
with BSCAN ILL
Bookeye 2 KIC with
Touch & Display
Scale ILL Down
Bookeye 4 V2
with BSCAN ILL
NEW Bookeye 4
V3 with BSCAN ILL
Bookeye 4 V2 converts
to KIC with Cabinet
(or convert to an Archive
System by adding 600dpi
and Opus software)
"We depend on BSCAN ILL to speed up our processing, and we consider it a necessity for ILL operation."
-- Arizona State University
"Our ILL Department is practically based on our BSCAN ILL with Bookeye scanner. We love this product!"
-- University of Memphis
"We love BSCAN ILL and how it automatically sends out articles to users."
-- University of Denver
"I'm very impressed with BSCAN ILL. We have increased our productivity, and what took four hours in the past now takes just 1 hour, and we're very happy about that!"
-- Midwest State University
Image Access has an unmatched service and support record. It is impossible to affordably provide service personnel living in every city and town across America that are highly trained on the very special technologies needed by libraries. Instead, DLSG designs remote ser- viceability into its products and has perfected remote di- agnosis and when possible, repair.
The resulting savings allows DLSG to frequently and promptly provide loaner/swap-out equip- ment and to go on site whenever necessary to maintain and repair
equipment, minimizing interruptions in service.
Our experience in digitization of printed materials dates back to 1988
prior to its founding
in 1993, when Image Access began providing digitization workflow solutions to commercial
markets. Having developed its own book and wide format scanners as well as its own OCR,
barcode reading and image treatment algorithms and a powerful workflow system, Image Access
is well-equipped to meet both general and specialized digitization needs.
Image Access has a long history of leadership in digital technology.
Image Access created Scan2Net®,
the first Ethernet/HTML based scanner interface, the first self-serve book scanner kiosk, the first and
only ILL scan, clean-up and delivery workflow system, the first affordable preservation quality large
format planetary scanner, the first affordable duplex newspaper scanner, the first and only book scanner
with both flat and v-modes, the first and only complete digitization workflow system, and more. We also
have the most extensive and prestigious customer list for book scanners in the United States and many
Image Access created the Digital Library Systems Group (DLSG) in 2004
to focus on the special needs
of academic, research and public libraries. And just as Bookeye quickly became the leading book
scanner, DLSG quickly became the leading supplier of hybrid library products in America, helping the
most prestigious libraries across America become Digital Age Libraries.
Image Access has, by far, the largest selection of self-serve book
scanners (KIC), the only complete
turnkey digitization workflow system for creating digital assets and archiving (Opus), and the only
complete Interlibrary loan scanning and image treatment workflow system (BSCAN ILL). Image
Access handily succeeds at its ongoing mission of providing the best image quality, the most
specialized software and the broadest line of digitization products from which a library,
archive or museum can choose.
Bookeye 3 R2 Scanner
For more than 13 years, the Bookeye® brand has been recognized worldwide as a synonym for gentle digitization of valuable books. With their overhead scanning methodology, Bookeyes scan subject matter right side up.
Combined with a motorized book cradle, integrated glass plate and LED illumination, the Bookeye® 3 is ideal for capturing bound documents, e.g. books, valuable scripts, folders, drawings, plans and much more.
Documents remain in their "natural" state on the scan surface. They do not need to be unbound, separated or carefully positioned. The automatic book fold correction effectively reduces annoying shadows and distortions of thick bound documents.
The operator preserves the original document and achieves optimal reproduction quality. An optional book holder supports extremely fragile books. Gray scale units can be upgraded to color after purchase.
Bookeye® 3 is an efficient solution distinguished by high scan speed, durable lamps and nearly no consumables; guaranteeing efficient production with a quick return on investment. Bookeye® 3 includes several first of its kind technological advancements such as laser-assisted profile detection and high performance LED illumination along with precise scan lenses and CCD image sensors to set new standards in scanning speed and quality.
The Bookeye® 3 book scanner is outfitted with a motorized book cradle that includes three types of adjustment controls. With the press of a button, the adjustable cradle plates bring both sides of an open book to the same level, directly under the glass plate, allowing the camera to capture the document with optimal clarity.
The scan results are of a considerably higher quality than scanning without a book cradle. The cradle plates also optimally adjust to the width of the book's spine without exerting unnecessary pressure on the book.
High Speed Scanning: Image Access scanners always run at rated speeds regardless of how powerful your computer is. We do a full scan into the scanner memory at full speed, without any stops. We're the only scanner company that does that. Only the time between scanning and output are dependent upon the transfer speed of the network and the computer, and even our transfer rate is twice as fast as competing products because data is transferred to your workstation at 1 Gigabit speeds, while other scanners use significantly slower transfer rates (1/2 Gigabit or less). Learn more
Works Well With Others: Create JPEG, PDF (both searchable and image-only), or TIFF file formats and save to network (PC, server, FTP).
Easy to Use: Single button scanning, optional foot pedal, built-in display, automatic laser-assisted profile detection and automatic format recognition ensure uncompromised scan results.
High Duty Cycle: Bookeye scanners are designed for high-volume, professional use. Their duty cycles far exceed that of desktop scanners.
Clear, Crisp, Colorful Scans:Clear, Crisp, Colorful Scans: Fast scanning in B&W, grayscale and color, high-quality resolution of up to 400 dpi. We've made it our business for over 15 years now to be experts in image resolution, and since there is some confusion among users regarding this matter, we've provided a white paper that debunks some longstanding myths. Learn more
State of the Art Illumination:State of the Art Illumination: Bookeye's bright white LED illumination lasts significantly longer than other lighting systems. LED lights also consume less power and produce far less heat.
Easy Setup: Bookeye scanners connect over your network using standard IP (Internet Protocol) addresses and can be operated by a standard browser without drivers or add-on cards.
No Warm Up Time: Bookeye scanners are ready to scan anytime you are. Other scanners can require several minutes to warm up before use.
Room to Grow: Firmware upgrades are available online and are directly downloadable to the Bookeye using a standard browser.
Environmentally Responsible: We all know that scanning and saving images to email, USB, etc., rather than photocopying or printing saves paper and toner, but it's hard to get a feel for just how much savings are likely. Click here to see an annual report from MIT describing their savings.
Remote Scanner Management: You're in full control from any browser. Change any and all scanner settings remotely or using Bookeye's built-in touch screen.
User Statistics Monitoring: Bookeye lets you manage and monitor the usage, statistics and settings of each scanner you own. The reports are automatically uploaded and available online from your web browser.
ENERGY STAR qualified products and practices help you save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by meeting strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy.
The cETLus Listing Mark is used for products going into the Canadian and US markets. Products with the cETLus mark have been examined and have passed tests determining compliance with device safety requirements. The standards for IT-equipment are UL 60950 for the US market and CSA.C22.2 No 60950 for the Canadian market.
2004/108/EG (Electromagnetic compatibility):
2006/95/EG (Low voltage guideline):
EN 60950 (European Standard)
UL 60950 (US Standard)
CSA C22.2 No 60950 (Canadian Standard) for Safety of Information Technology Equipment
FCC 47 CFR Ch.1 Part 15
This device complies with Part 15, Class B of the FCC Rules. Operation of this product is subject to the following two conditions:
WEEE is the European Community directive 2002/96/EC on waste for electrical and electronic equipment which, together with the RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC, became European Law in February 2003, setting collection, recycling and recovery targets for all types of electrical goods.
This device is in compliance with the requirements of RoHS-guidelines (Restriction of use of certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment.)
The China Compulsory Certificate mark, commonly known as CCC Mark, is a compulsory safety mark for many products imported, sold or used in the Chinese market.
........ We love the KIC scanner. It is incredibly fast and simple to use. - Art Institute of Chicago
........ Students refer to KIC as the system that does everything. - Northwestern
........ We are thrilled with the KIC and Opus scanning systems - University of Oregon
........ KIC is the best asset in the library. - Southern Methodist University
........ We love how simple the KIC scanner is. Scanning face up makes it so easy for delicate books. - UCLA
........ KIC is free, it's convenient, and it keeps you out of the copy line. - Amherst College
........ My favorite is the new KIC Bookeye scanner...it has been quite popular.... It's so cool and scans super-fast. - Boston University
........ There are two pieces of equipment that I love in this library; the hole puncher and the KIC scan station, because they both work every time! - Florida Atlantic University
........ We are replacing all our copiers with KIC... We are thrilled with KIC. - Fuller Theological Seminary
........ Everything works so well - BSCAN ILL with the Bookeye has exceeded our expectations! - George Mason University
........ Thank you for providing such a great product and such great service, and for being committed to making sure that your product continues to be the best that it can be! - Maryville University
........ We're VERY pleased with BSCAN ILL, Everything is working great! - Tufts University
........ Our ILL Department is practically based on our Bookeye scanner with Bscan ILL, we love this product. - University of Memphis
........ We're very impressed with the quality of the scans from our Bookeye 4. - University of South Florida
........ We're so pleased with the service from DLSG at Image Access. - University of Vermont
........ I was extremely impressed with the level of service and dedication ... always a pleasure using your products! - University of Washington, Seattle
........ Opus FreeFlow and our Bookeye scanner are so great we bought a second one! - Wayne State University
........ It's all working great! - Western Connecticut State University
........ Everyone is really liking KIC. It is totally saving us a lot of time. KIC is very intuitive and simple to use. - Montana State University Billings
........ We love our Bookeye 3, love it. We love Opus FreeFlow too. - University of Houston
........ We love Opus FreeFlow and all the auto features, like the thumb removal and the book deskew. The quality of the images are absolutely amazing. - The American Museum of Natural History
........ We love BscanILL and how it automatically sends out articles to the users. - University of Denver
........ Wow! KIC is very easy to use and is self explanatory. Everyone at the school has had nothing but praise for it . - Cleveland State University
........ Given the virtual aspect of students' learning today, this method of research material delivery is essential. - University of Washington
........ We love KIC with the Bookeye 4 scanner. The Inter-library Loan department salivates on a regular basis. They have orbital (face-up) scanners of their own, but they come down to use KIC because they like it much better. - Texas A&M
........ It's the most essential piece of equipment in our library. - Baylor University
........ The KIC interface is ten times better than the BookScan Station (CCP, Scannx, Xerox) user interface. - Harvard University
........ We LOVE LOVE LOVE the cropping features and the upload speed on our KIC Bookeye 4! - The Brooklyn Museum of Art
........ We love our KICs! - Howard Hughes Medical Center
........ I can see so many uses for this KIC book scanning system, and it will definitely save wear and tear on library materials. - Northwestern State University
........ KIC is what people want. We have noticed a significant decrease in photocopy use and an increase in scanner use. The KIC scanners are more efficient and they save paper. Both students and faculty like how easy they are to use and that they save time. - University of Missouri, Kansas City
........ I'm very pleased with the Bookeye and Opus FreeFlow, more importantly the service supplied by your team. I want to commend all of you! I may be used as a reference! - 11th Circuit Court of Appeals
........ We have been very pleased with this scanner and software (BSCAN ILL with Bookeye scanner), both with the quality of the scans and with the workflow efficiencies it offers. Support for the product by the vendor has also been very satisfactory... (in addition) we are filling a larger number of journal article requests from full-text online databases. - University of St. Thomas
........ Opus searchable pdf's are more reliable, take less time and are much better than the Acrobat text pdf's. - Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
........ As with all really cool, useful technology it was very popular so we are thrilled to announce that a second KIC has been set up on the first floor of our library. - Plattsburgh State University of New York
........ Students line up to use KIC instead of photocopiers. Our users are loving that they do not have to pay for scanning with KIC. - University of Texas, Arlington
........ I am always impressed with the service that DSLG / Image Access provides. - Columbia Law School
........ We love the BookEdge so much more than the Scannx product. KICs interface is so easy to use, it is just two steps. - Millersville University of Pennsylvania
........ I'm very impressed with Bookeye 4 scanner and BSCAN ILL software. We increased our productivity... what took me 4 hours in the past, now it takes me just 1 hour. We are very happy. - Midwestern State University
........ I love the excellent and prompt service you guys provide, I know a lot of tech companies that provide terrible service. KIC is very easy and simple to use. I love that it splits the pages for you. - Miami University of Ohio
........ Wow, you guys (service department) are awesome. These are the best scanners ever. - Colorado State University
........ We've been scanning our older public records using a Bookeye since 2006. Digitizing our records and making them available on line is one of the best decisions we made. - Hendricks County
........ KIC is very popular here, people use it all the time. I love how it performs so quickly. - Bentley University
........ We and our patrons are thrilled with the KIC BookEdge! - St. Mary's College of Maryland
........ Our new WideTEK 25 scanner so beautiful! The quality of images is so impressive. We are extremely happy to have this scanner in our department. - Northeastern University
........ KIC made my life so much easier during a stressful exam week! - Duke University
........ Our KIC BookEdge is our new best friend! It has enhanced our ILL process and solved the problem of copying tightly bound journals with almost no gutter left. Our students love using it too! - Baylor University, School of Nursing
........ The KIC BookEdge+ is a very intuitive system. I got the hang of it quickly... I don't know how, but you folks built a machine that knew what I was thinking, what I was needing. ... Just feedback to show my appreciation for KIC and your super service. Like I said, you guys made me feel important! - Texas Tech University
........ Our KIC BookEdge system looks so much nicer than the Scannx (Xerox, CCP), the cabinet looks so sleek. - Villanova
........ If I had the money I'd buy three more of these! (Bookeye 3 R2) We run it day in and day out with great results! - Boston University
........ We Really like KIC, it is very easy and intuitive. - University of San Francisco
........ The BSCAN ILL software and BookEdge scanner has increased our productivity and efficiency significantly. My student workers love it. - Montana State University, Billings
........ Students are absolutely stunned by KIC's abilities. - North Georgia College & State University
........ Our students LOVE the KIC BookEdge systems, so we think they were a great purchase. - Emporia State University
........ I can tell you that of the public scanners we have for patron use, [which includes the Zeta] the KIC BookEye systems are by far the most popular. - Texas A&M University
........ Students love KIC and use it ALL the time. - Paul Smith's College
........ Students LOVE KIC - it's totally intuitive - works like a charm! - St. Mary's College
........ KIC is seriously impacting my printer/copier revenue stream! Students love it! - University of New Hampshire
........ Who needs a photocopier now that we have a KIC book scanning system? - Diablo Valley College
........ We always have long lines to use our 6 KIC scanners! - University of Houston
........ Our KIC was so popular - always a line of students waiting to use it - we had to purchase a second one! - University of Alaska
........ KIC is AWESOME!" - University of Oregon .......... We LOVE our KIC book scan stations! - University of Iowa
........ The KIC interface seems to be better designed based on staff and student comments. - Texas A&M
........ Love the KIC scanner. NO need for a photocopier! - University of Pennsylvania
........ We love you KIC scanners AND so do our STUDENTS! Thanks! - Missouri, Columbia
........ We love our KIC system, it is so much cooler than the Ivina. KIC looks like it is from the 21st century, the other one looks like it is from a hundred years ago. Also we love the fact that you can export as an MP3 in KIC. - Millersville University of Pennsylvania
........ KIC makes my research so much more accessible! Thank ya! - Duke University
........ Students love the KIC, they are always using it. You would think that with all the other technology our library has, that students would use them. No, instead they say 'You guys have a KIC!! That is so Cool!' - Miami University of Ohio
........ Without a doubt, the KIC BookEdge is a great machine. But the service we received...is what made the sale. - St. Mary's College of Maryland
........ People love the KIC Bookeye 4 scanner, they love using the cradles. - Columbia Law School
........ Our administrators have noted that photocopier activity has gone down in the past years, and they are attributing that to KIC ... the quality of the scans are excellent ... The Bookeyes are amazing scanners. - University of Texas
........ The opportunities created for NSU students to enhance their studies and course materials will be unmatched by most institutions of comparable size---and by many that are much larger! - Northwestern State University
........ Each time I've had the opportunity to introduce a new student to this service, the response has generally been surprise and delight. - University of Washington