Tag: Interlibrary loans

One can never have enough books

I was intrigued to learn that students and staff can just go to the Library website and tell their computer they want an article, chapter or an entire book or journal part that we don’t have here in the Library and

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Interlibrary loans – everybody gets five

Interlibrary loans are a way of quickly obtaining articles, journal issues and books you need but that we do not hold in stock. Everybody gets five (Masters students get 15 but you have to come and ask us to make

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All that we hold… and all we can borrow!

If we do not have an article that you need, we will get it for you!  This year we began to supply articles, books and journals from other libraries through a simple web form and the Discovery Service.  No tutor’s signature,

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Better digital interlibrary loans

A recent improvement to the interlibrary loan system means you can now save a copy of articles and scanned book chapters you receive as secure email attachments and access them for up to three years (increased from just two weeks

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Make your interlibrary loan credits go further

Requesting an interlibrary loan?  You only get so many and you doubtless want it to arrive as soon as possible.  Follow these top tips to get what you want as quickly as possible and make your interlibrary loan credits go further.

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Interlibrary loans: now online and signature free

From 1 September, interlibrary loans (ILLs) are available through an online web form. This is a great improvement on the previous arrangement because you can request ILLs entirely online without the need for you or your tutor to sign anything.

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Information from every source and for every purpose

Up until your final year project/dissertation, the many printed and online resources you need will all be available from our own collections.  Sometimes final year research projects and postgraduate research requires access to such specialised information that we could not

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