Document Imaging with KnowledgeLake
What is Document Imaging?
Document imaging is capturing, processing, and managing electronic images of paper and digital documents. WashU partners with a St. Louis-based company, KnowledgeLake, for its document imaging needs. WashU departments and schools can store and retrieve their paper or digital documents from the cloud.
Who can use KnowledgeLake?
WashU faculty and staff can use their WUSTL Key to access KnowledgeLake to manage their documents.
There are three permission roles in KnowledgeLake: Scan, Search, and Index. Users may request one, two, or all three roles.
The process of physically scanning documents into KnowledgeLake
Locating documents that already reside in KnowledgeLake
Assigning metadata, (tags) to a document to retrieve it at a later time
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April 13: KnowledgeLake Quarterly Maintenance
The KnowledgeLake vendor will perform a quarterly update on April 13, 2022, which will cause KnowledgeLake to be unavailable between 7:00pm and 8:00pm. Additionally, we will deploy updated Desktop Scan Client software during the same maintenance window, April 13, between 7:00pm and 8:00pm. Please visit the KnowledgeLake Release Announcement information on the new features and bug fixes included in this release. Have questions? Email us We […]