Q. What is Interlibrary Services (also known as Interlibrary Loan), and how do I use it?
Answered By: Margaret Burri Last Updated: Apr 16, 2018 Views: 8580
To request an item through Interlibrary Services:
Go to thelibrary home page On the left, choose GET MATERIALS, then choose Interlibrary Services If you've never used it before, a page will pop up asking you for your name and other basic information
- NOTE: If you want a book in print that we ONLY have in electronic form, please add a note to the ILL form to let them know
If you want an article, there is also another way to request it:
Click the FindIT@JHU link in a database or in Google Scholar If the FindIT page say that we do not have the article at all, click "MSE Borrower " -- this will send the article information into the ILL form automatically All current faculty, students, and staff are eligible for free, unlimited use of ILL Alumni who have purchased a library card, spouses, same-sex domestic partners, and dependents of current JHU faculty, staff, and students may request from other JHU libraries through the catalog
If you have questions, please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.