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How can I renew my Interlibrary Loan books?

Last Updated: Jan 10, 2013  |  30 Views

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To renew Interlibrary Loan books, sign in to your online Interlibrary Loan account. Go down to "Review Requests" and click on "View/Modify Requests." Go to the book(s) you want to renew, and click on the number hyperlink next to the title. Then click the renew button.

In a few days, check your online account again. If the lending library gave a renewal, then the new due date will be next to the book title. If they said no, then it will say recalled and the book will still be due on its original due date.

If the book is already overdue, then it cannot be renewed online. Instead, contact the ILL department at  (972)-721-5057 to see if they can ask for a renewal for you.

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