What is it, and what purpose does it serve?
If you don’t find a book or article in the Library collections, ask the Interlibrary Loan service to get it for you: they will send your request to other Libraries.
How do I make the request?
What happens next?
- As of the day after your request you can check its status with MyLibrary
- Upon arrival of your books at the Library you will be notified by e-mail. To collect them, report to the office (room 202) during opening hours The books will be available for loan (faculty members and graduating students) or for consultation (other students). The loan period of books from other libraries depends on the lending library policy.
Please note! Return books on time: other libraries users are waiting in line behind you.
The articles that you’ve requested will be sent to you by e-mail once received from the other libraries.
Please note! Don’t share items obtained via Interlibrary Loan with others. The use authorized is personal, limited to purposes of study or research.
- Do the opening hours pose a problem for collecting the items?
- Do you need to renew a loan?
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