Answered By: Kathleen Cobcroft
Last Updated: 10 Jul 2024     Views: 302

Document Delivery and Inter-Library Loans provide access to books, articles and other materials which are not available in the University of Canberra Library's collections.

The new system supplies resources faster when using the automated tile offers (see below).

UC students and staff may request articles or books to be sent from other libraries all over the world at no charge.

If you can't find what you are looking for after searching in the UC Library collection, select 'Search External Libraries' in the drop down, or use the 'Expand your search'.

Catalogue search document delivery

 

  • Once you have found the item, click 'Request from other libraries'
  • Then 'Request' a book, book chapter or article from one of the tiles

 

  • Fill in as much information on the form as you can, including DOI and/or PMID if available
  • Check the Copyright box
  • Send

Image of request tile

 

You will be notified when the Interlibrary loan has arrived or you will receive an email with a link to the electronic item you have requested.

For more information and how to place a request online, see the Document Delivery & Interlibrary Loans website.

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