Interlibrary Loan Request

Before requesting dissertations, patrons should search the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global database and I-Share. Before requesting books and AV materials, search I-Share.

Before requesting journal articles, patrons should search the Electronic Periodical and Book Locator along with the Library Catalog for print periodicals. 

See the Requesting Materials Using Interlibrary Loan tutorial. 




For questions, contact Dan Zamudio, Access Services Librarian, (708) 209-3057, toll free (866) 733-8287.

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