is it? Thanks to the generosity
of other libraries across the country,
you can borrow books and get photocopies
of articles that are not part of our collection.
Who can use it? This service is available
to students, faculty and staff of Adrian
What does it cost? This service is free
for borrowers. The library pays for postage
and borrowing fees charged by other libraries.
Due dates and renewals Due dates for ILL
books are set by the lending library. Renewals
are sometimes possible, but you must make
renewal requests before the due date or
the items will have to be returned. Contact
Richard Geyer at 265-5161 x4220 or email
to request a renewal.
Fines You will be charged
$1.00 per item, per day for overdue ILL
How do I make ILL
any detailed record screen in OCLC FirstSearch
databases, just click the ILL tab or the
"borrow this item from another library"
link. Fill out the form and click submit.
also have paper request forms available
in the library.
a. Please allow 2 weeks for materials
to arrive. Some items may arrive more quickly,
but you can't count on it.
If you do not have two weeks to wait for
items to arrive, please ask
a librarian for help finding rosources
in our library.
check the Library
Catalog or Journals
List before making a request. Please
do not request items we already have. You
may request articles when the available
full-text is missing tables, images or other
important information. You may also request
books when our copy is checked out.
d. Some items
may be difficult or impossible to obtain.
Examples include audiovisual materials,
archival materials, dissertations, recently
published or rare books. You are welcome
to request these items, but it would be
a good idea to have a "plan b"
in case we can't fill your request.
e. In many
OCLC FirstSearch databases you can see the
number of "libraries worldwide that
own item." Pay attention to this information;
the lower the number the harder it may be
to get the item. A very low number (below
5) may indicate a rare work or archival
item that will many times be unavailable.
Need help? Ask a librarian if
you need help making requests or contact
Richard Geyer at 265-5161 x4220 or firstname.lastname@example.org
with questions about a specific request.