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Interlibrary Loan: How to Request

Interlibrary loan is the process of borrowing material from other libraries.

How to Request

Do I need to place a request?

Be sure to check the catalog for books and E-Journals for articles to determine if we already own the material.  If the material is not available through the library, please proceed and place and Interlibrary Loan request.

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How to request a book

Go to the Macdonald-Kelce Interlibrary Loan page, http://utopia.ut.edu/interlibrary.htm  and fill out the book request form at http://www.ut.edu/bookrequestform/.  You can also email requests directly to ILLBook@ut.edu or fill out a paper form in person at the library's Circulation Desk or Reference Desk.

How to request an article

Go to the Macdonald-Kelce Interlibrary Loan page, http://utopia.ut.edu/interlibrary.htm, and fill out the article request form at  http://www.ut.edu/articlerequestform/.  You can also email requests directly to ILLArticle@ut.edu or fill out a paper form at the library's Circulation Desk or Reference Desk.

Questions?

If you have any trouble locating material or placing a request, please let us know!  You can stop by the Reference Desk for assistance from one of the library's Reference Librarians or you can email ILLArticle@ut.edu or ILLBook@ut.edu with any questions.