What is ILL?
ILL stands for interlibrary loan. It is a system in which one borrows a book from another library for use. It can also be used for borrowing other materials, such as photocopies of documents.
How does it work?
You would make a request through our library. A member of the library staff then sends the request to other libraries that have availability. The lending library sets a return date. Many items are free to borrow, but in a few cases, a nominal fee accompanies the loan services.
Where do I go to request an ILL?