Interlibrary Services: Requesting Materials from Other Libraries & Document Delivery

lib_ilsareaThe Interlibrary Services (ILS) component of the DiMenna-Nyselius Library complements the library's resources by obtaining research materials from other institutions for use by Fairfield University patrons. These services are available to current students, faculty, and staff of the University community as a supplement to the library's collection and include borrowing books, journal articles, audio-visual materials, theses and dissertations from various academic, public and private sector sources. In addition, the ILS Department is pleased to offer a Document Delivery Service for faculty and staff. Faculty and staff can request articles and book chapters from the library's own collection to be digitized and made available via electronic document delivery. For more information, please feel free to stop by the library, or contact us by telephone at (203) 254-4000 ext. 2135, or via e-mail at ils@fairfield.edu.

Requesting Materials from Other Libraries (students, staff and faculty)

All member of the University community can submit a request for materials from other libraries. This includes books, audio-visual materials, and journal articles. Click on Request from Other Libraries (InterLibrary Loan) to submit a request. There is no charge for this service. For more information on obtaining materials from other libraries, please see the Interlibrary Loan FAQ.

Document Delivery (faculty and staff)

Faculty and staff can request articles and book chapters from the library's own collection to be scanned and made available to the patron via electronic document delivery. Click on Request Print/Microform Articles from DNL (Document Delivery) to submit a request. Again, there is no charge for this service. For more information regarding on-campus delivery of articles, please see the Document Delivery FAQ.

Faculty/Staff Delivery Service (faculty and staff)

For information on intercampus delivery of books and audio-visual material owned by the DiMenna-Nyselius Library, please visit the Faculty/Staff Delivery Service page. This will show you how faculty and staff can sign up for the service and answer any questions regarding how to request items, delivery times, and pick-up locations.

 


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