Using InterLibrary Loan and ILLiad

The third way to get the fulltext of an article is InterLibrary Loan (or ILL).  ILL is the process of requesting, receiving, and, if necessary, returning materials from other institutions' libraries. ILLiad is the software that Liberty uses to request, obtain, and track these requests. You can make an ILLiad request thru "Get it @ Liberty" and thru the ILL/ILLiad section of the Library's website.

To get to ILLiad thru the Library, go to the Library website (on any site, quick links -> library), then choose "Interlibrary Loan / ILLiad".

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Original InfoRM material © 2011 by the Liberty University Jerry Falwell Library. This tutorial incorporates material from SBU Library Research Guide, a tutorial developed by the Stony Brook University Libraries, © 2004, from Inflite, a tutorial developed by IUPUI, © 2003, from Searchpath, a tutorial developed by the Western Michigan University Library, © 2001-2002, and from TILT, a tutorial developed by the Digital Information Literacy Office for the University of Texas System Digital Library, © 1998-2002. This material may be reproduced, distributed, or incorporated, provided that appropriate credit is given.