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HIST 290: Historiographic Seminar (Ashbaugh) Spring 2022 290-01

Requesting materials from other libraries

If you come across an article that does not provide the full-text, or a book that Milne doesn't carry, you can request it through interlibrary loan. 

The ILLiad system enables current Oneonta students, faculty, and staff to borrow materials from other libraries. Once logged into your ILLiad account using your Oneonta username and password, you will be able to: 
-- make online requests for books, periodical articles, and other material from other libraries 
-- review the status of your requests 
-- check due dates of outstanding loans and ask for renewals

When requesting items through interlibrary loan, plan ahead!  Depending on the item and where it is available, it can take anywhere from a couple days to a couple weeks or more to receive it.  Also remember that articles you request can only be accessed for a certain amount of time; make sure you download them.

For complete information on how this works, check out the Interlibrary Loan Guide