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interlibrary loans

Hi,

I just had a quick question I meant to ask when I was at the library earlier but didn't get a chance to.

I just requested interlibrary loans for a few sources I need for a research project. I was wondering if someone could give me a ballpark figure of how long it tends to take interlibrary loans to arrive and how I would be notified. Would I just get an email or something? I was assuming that would be the case but better safe than sorry right?
Last Updated: Sep 23, 2013  |  24 Views

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You will receive an email when your interlibrary loan arrives. If it is an article, it will be available online in your interlibrary loan account - just login into that via the library webpage and the article will appear under "view and download electronically received articles". If it is a book, the email will notify you that it will be held at the library circulation desk. Books take 1-5 days or so , depending on who has it to loan. Articles take 1-3 days. If you do not hear back in 3 days, just notify us and we can look into it.

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