Answered By: Mark Glen Bilby, Ph.D. Last Updated: Feb 03, 2016 Views: 247
Requesting InterLibrary Loans Online
The Interlibrary loan request process is now fully online and integrated with our CST/Worldcat Discovery catalog. Start by finding your item in the catalog. (Hint: to find holdings outside of the CST Library, select "Libraries Worldwide" as the Library and then Sort by "Relevance Only.") Once you find the item in our catalog, simply click the blue "Request Item" button and fill out the form. Note that the Patron ID is the number found just above the barcode on your library / student ID card.
Specific Information for Article/Chapter Requests
If you cannot find a specific article or chapter listed as a distinct item in the catalog, search for the larger work (the journal or book) in which the article or chapter appears. Click on the "Request Item" button for that larger work, but in the Notes field of the form BE SURE to provide a FULL BIBLIOGRAPHIC ENTRY (APA, Chicago, or MLA) for the article or chapter, including the article/chapter author, title, and starting and ending page numbers. If this information is missing, the article or chapter request will be rejected and the person making the request will be instructed to fill out the form again.
While we do not process interlibrary loan requests received by email, if you have a question about an interlibrary loan request, or you desire to renew an interlibrary loan, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Tom Phillips, Ph.D. Dean of the Library & Information Services, & Professor of Theological Bibliography
- Debbie Ahlberg, ABD, Reference Librarian & Adjunct Professor
- Drew Baker, Ph.D., Cataloging & Metadata Librarian, & Adjunct Professor
- Ann Hidalgo, Ph.D., Acquisitions & Collection Development Librarian, & Adjunct Professor
- Koala Jones, ABD, Circulation Librarian