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How do I request items through InterLibrary Loan?

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To request items through InterLibrary Loan, first sign up for an online ILL account. Once you're signed on, click on the appropriate link under "Request Type" and fill in all the required information.

Many of the library's databases have direct links for requesting items through ILL. If you find an item in WorldCat you would like to request, open up a new tab, or window and sign in to ILLiad, then click on the "Send Request to ILLiad" button and all the information will automatically fill in on your ILL request form. Many databases also have an ILLiad link next to article citations.

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