Answered By: Jessica Hornbuckle Last Updated: Jul 23, 2015 Views: 24
ILL/Resource Sharing is a cooperative service that libraries have developed in order to share their collections. It's an easy way for you to obtain a book or journal article you need that is not available at Memorial Library.
- The library provides this service to current Berry faculty, staff, and students with the understanding that the users will abide by the regulations of the lending library.
- Before requesting materials, check the Online Catalog and the Journal Locator, to make sure the item is not available in our library.
- Submit all requests using ILLiad, the web-accessible resource sharing management system. First time users will be ready to submit requests using ILLiad after completion of a simple, one-time registration process. Here's a quick guide to setting up your ILLiad account.
Need help? Contact Resource Sharing: firstname.lastname@example.org or 706-233-4056.