Tutorials: Interlibrary Loan

How to use specific library resources such as databases, information literacy modules, eBooks, and archival materials.

Request Articles & Books

Looking for something we don't own?

Use interlibrary loan to request articles or books from other libraries with these simple steps. 

  • Sign in to your interlibrary loan account and choose Create Request. 
  • Fill out as much information as possible. 
  • Submit Request.

Articles are placed into your account as a PDF and you will receive an email notification when ready to view. Books are available to pick up at the circulation desk and you will receive an email notification when ready for pick-up. 

How to Check on Pending and Past Requests?

To view the status of a pending interlibrary loan request, you can sign in to your account, using the link above, and click on view/modify my current outstanding request. 

Check the library’s current holdings before requesting an item by interlibrary loan. Use the Journal Holdings for articles and the Library Catalog and MOBIUS catalog for books.

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