The refreshed My Account allows you to manage your interlibrary loan requests along with your Kreitzberg Library holds and checkouts through an integrated, streamlined portal.
See our Use My Library Account guide for more details.
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is a service by which the Kreitzberg Library Interlibrary Loan staff obtains research materials not available in print or online to the Kreitzberg Library.
Books, articles, book chapters, and other materials not available in the Kreitzberg Library may be requested through interlibrary loan. Please do not request textbooks through interlibrary loan as the loan periods are generally short and not meant for semester-long usage.
Many libraries are not lending out physical materials because of COVID-19 protocols, so requests may take longer than usual to be fulfilled, or we may be unable to borrow the materials you need.
For the Fall 2020 semester, all physical ILL materials issued to students must be returned by Monday November 16. To help ensure that materials are returned on time, we will stop accepting ILL requests from students for books and other physical items on Monday November 2. Please plan accordingly! On-campus faculty and staff will be able to request physical items after November 2 via web form.
As an alternative to ILL for physical materials, we will try to secure electronic access or purchase materials for our collection when possible. If an item is not held by our library, you can email email@example.com to suggest the library obtain a copy for the collection.