The Library offers a number of ways in which readers can make copies from items in its collections, appropriate to the age, size, format and condition of each item. The following web pages provide information about photocopying, printing and imaging services for the Bodleian Library, including how to use our PCAS (Print, Copy and Scan) system, how to obtain copies of fragile or manuscript material and the use of digital cameras and personal scanners.
Information on how you can print, copy and scan within the libraries using our PCAS system (including PCAS Terms & Conditions).
You may use these to make copies of printed material in the Bodleian Library, with some exceptions.
There is now a Scan & Deliver service for items held in the Bodleian Libraries Book Storage Facility. Instead of requesting the physical item to a reading room, you can request scans of sections direct to your desktop.
Photo Reproduction of BJL collection
Inquiries about photographic reproduction (how to obtain photographic-quality reproductions and permission to use them) of BJL materials should in the first instance be sent to the Bodleian Japanese Library email@example.com rather than the Bodleian Library's Imaging Services.