Answered By: Resource Sharing Interlibrary Loan
Last Updated: Dec 07, 2020     Views: 143

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First check the Franklin catalog to see if we own the item.  If not owned, use the Resource Sharing home page to get started. For a book request, start with either BorrowDirect or E-ZBorrow for the fastest service.  If your title is not available in either of those services you will be given the option to pass the request on to Interlibrary Loan.  You may always place an Interlibrary Loan request directly from the Resource Sharing home page using the Request Book/Media link in the left-hand column.   If you need an article or a book chapter, use the Request Article/Chapter link in the left-hand column.

When submitting any Interlibrary Loan request form, please provide as much information about the item as you can. If you need to double-check the citation information for a book, it's often helpful to check Amazon or WorldCat.

Have more questions?  See our LibGuide!

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