Printing, Copying, and Faxing
The Ashtabula and Geneva Libraries have printing, copying, faxing and scanning services.
A copy/print/fax machine is available for use to any member of the community. Faxes sent will be self-serve by the patron through the copy/print/fax machine located at patron services. Outgoing fax transmissions may be sent free of charge with a refundable 10¢ deposit. Incoming fax transmissions will be 10¢ per page.
- Faxes received will be housed in an email account until retrieved by staff during regular library hours. Faxes received but not picked up will be deleted after thirty (30) days.
- Hours of operation for sending are the regular library hours.
- Faxes can be received 24 hours a day and picked up during regular library hours.
- Fax delivery or pickup service is unavailable.
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Copying and Printing
- Copy/print machines are for use to any member of the community. There is a fee of 10¢ per page for 8 1⁄2” x 11” (letter), for 8 1⁄2” x 14” (legal) and for 11” x 17” (ledger) for black & white or color copies/prints. Copies/prints may be made on both sides of a sheet of paper; however, a fee for each side is charged. Wireless prints and printing from the Ashtabula ExpressNet are available for pick up only at the patron services desk for a fee of 10¢ per page.
- Copy machine users are advised that there are restrictions on copyrighted materials which permit, in general, no more than one copy of a page for personal use. Violations of copyright are the responsibility of the copy machine user.
- The library is not responsible for the quality of copies and will refund money only in the event of severe malfunction of the machine.
- A flash drive/memory stick can be purchased at the front desk at library’s cost if the patron wishes to save copies to portable media.
The copyright laws of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) govern the reproduction, distribution, adaptation, public performance, and public display of protected materials. Under certain conditions, public libraries are authorized to lend, lease, or rent copies of computer programs and videotapes to patrons for nonprofit purposes. Any person who makes an unauthorized copy of adaptation of a computer program or videotape, or redistributes the loaned copy, or publicly performs or displays the computer program or videotape, except as permitted by Title 17 of the United States Code, may be liable for copyright infringement.
This institution reserves the right to refuse to fulfill a loan request if, in its judgment, fulfillment of the request would likely lead to violation of the copyright law.