What is Interlibrary Loan?


InterLibrary Loan is a library-to-library borrowing network that provides access to research materials beyond an individual institution’s collection.  Libraries will generally lend physical books, CDs, and DVDs but not textbooks, other audiovisual formats, reference or multivolume works, archival material, or items in special collections.  Articles, dissertations, and theses are lent electronically; if the original is print, a dissertation or thesis request may be refused.

ILL request options appear in Primo when we do not have access to an item - just open the detailed search result and look for the 'Get it from other libraries' section.

  • Last Updated Sep 18, 2023
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  • Answered By Elizabeth Keen

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