Interlibrary Loan is a service in which one library (such as the Cornette Library) borrows a book, etc. from another library for the use of an individual (you!).
Generally there is no charge, but you will be contacted in advance to authorize a fee, if there will be one.
To use Interlibrary Loan (ILL), you must first create your account.
A search using Discover will first ONLY display articles that have the full text available. If you need to find more articles for your research, try the steps below.
After searching a topic, look at the facets under Tweak my results. Check the first box listed. It may state Expand My Results. Later, new wording may refer to ILL.
If an article states No full-text, it may be requested via ILL (Interlibrary Loan).
Click on the article title and view the information under Get It. Click on the link to Request this article from Interlibrary Loan.
The ILL department will need this information to find an article for you:
You may submit your request online two ways:
After you submit a request for an article to ILL: