Interlibrary Loan: Request Through Marriott Library Home Page

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Requesting through Usearch

When searching for titles in Usearch you can request an interlibrary loan by clicking "Get It" under the title information, then clicking the link "Request Book Chapter" if you only need one chapter or "Request from Interlibrary Loan" if you would like to borrow the entire book.

You may be asked to choose your library.

 

 

 

 

 

Log in using your University of Utah ID and the password you use to log into Campus Information Systems (CIS).

*Please note: if you already logged into the library catalog with the "off campus access" button, you may experience a redirect problem. Log out of the library page and try again. You may need to clear your cookies and cache, close and re-open your browser.

A request will open with some of the information already filled in for you. Any field with a red star needs to be filled before the request can be submitted. If you are submitting a book chapter request, you will need to specify the chapter you are requesting. Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery will provide only one chapter from any book.

Marriott Library's ILLiad System

To submit an interlibrary loan request manually, log into ILLiad. ILLiad is the system that the Marriott Library uses to manage interlibrary loan requests. Patrons can view their current and past requests, access their articles that have been delivered, request renewals and update their account information through this online database. The name ILLiad can be thought of as an acronym for InterLibrary Loan Internet Accessible Database.

*Please Note: Do NOT log in using the Off-Campus Log In button before logging in via Interlibrary Loan. This can cause a redirect error.

First time users complete and submit an ILLiad account form.

Click on a type of request form under "New Request" 

Enter all the information, then click on "Submit Request."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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