Did you know Gleeson Library/Geschke Center’s Interlibrary Loan Department can help you borrow books or journal articles that the library doesn’t have and that aren’t available through our Link+ service?
On Monday, September 28th, the Gleeson’s ILL Department will be launching a new online Interlibrary Loan system called ILLiad (InterLibrary Loan internet accessible database), an electronic system used to request and manage Interlibrary Loan materials.
ILLiad is simple to use and provides a number of benefits to researchers. If you are a currently enrolled USF student, faculty, or staff member*, you will be able to create an ILLiad account and submit requests in Gleeson’s ILLiad system. Having an ILLiad account at the Library allows you to obtain information about the status of ILL requests through the web and email at any time from any location. Requests for photocopies of journal articles and book chapters will be delivered as PDFs to your personal ILLiad account. Through ILLiad, you will also be able to keep a history of your ILL requests.
Look for information from us about how to set up your ILLiad account soon. We look forward to your ILL requests!
*Law School students, staff, and faculty are not eligible to use ILLiad. Law School student, staff, and faculty members can request ILL materials through the Law Library’s ILL department here: http://www.usfca.edu/law_library/circ.html#interlibrary.