While doing research, you may come across materials (journal articles or books) that we do not have in the collection. This does not mean that you cannot use those materials for your research. The library provides a service called Interlibrary Loan (ILL) that allows you to request these materials from other libraries throughout the country.
You can request a variety of resources including books, book chapters, journal articles, musical scores, government documents, technical reports, patents, law cases, conference papers, and some DVDs (particularly, documentaries and foreign films).
There are 3 ways to make an Interlibrary loan request:
The idea is to give you the opportunity to make a request at the point of need, especially when searching ALEX or within the EBSCO databases. The last option (the online form) is a catch-all for other database searches. All 3 methods are discussed below.
Library staff is available to help with your questions big or small.
Walk-in questions are welcome! You can find research assistance in Flory Room 110 (Cori Biddle) or 112a (Vickie Montigaud-Green)
or you can schedule a Research Consultation!
Virtual Assistance is available via