Requests for articles, chapters, and other copies are being filled like normal.
Requests for loans of physical items are still somewhat limited – we appreciate your patience and ask that you observe a temporary limit of 10 active ILLs at a time.
Please expect delays (even for copies). Staffing levels at institutions across the country are still varied and will continue to be fluid in the months ahead.
E-books are not available via ILL; we can obtain the print version or we can request a few sections to be copied for you.
Physical items can be picked up at the Information Desk in the library; contactless pick-up is available for those that request it.
ILLs you no longer need can be returned to the Information Desk in the library or via the library’s book drop in the foyer.
Please request renewals on materials promptly - you'll receive email notices to remind you.
Email Sonja Timmerman (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any ILL questions.
Services for immunocompromised patrons or those unable to come to campus:
For those patrons who are unable to come into the building, the Library may be able to provide contactless pickup and/or scanned copies of articles or book chapters upon request. This online tutorial explains these services in more detail.
Note: Be sure to test your access to a particular e-book before you incorporate it into your research or teaching.
Not sure where to begin? Try the Library's:
During spring semester:
Please check the Library's homepage for updates or changes.
Having trouble with your library account? Contact us for help:
We can usually address your problem more quickly if you provide the following information: