Inter-Library Loans are materials borrowed by our library from other libraries and given to the person requesting the materials. They are typically requested whenever someone needs an item not in our library's collection.
They are available for free and as of January, 2015, articles / book chapters will be delivered electronically.
ILLs can be placed:
Articles can take a week or so for delivery so please give us enough advanced notice.
The library provides Distance Education Students with access to Inter-Library Loans (ILLs) for journal articles - but cannot provide access to other library's books via our ILL service. This is because of borrowing time restrictions for returnable items (i.e. Books).
We do endeavor to lend books if we know the patron will be in a position to pick up and return the material to us on time - just as would happen on campus. If this is not the case:
You should also note that textbooks are difficult to get a hold of so requests for them are less likely to be filled.