The New Face of Interlibrary Loan!

Today, September 2, 2008, the process of requesting materials through the  Interlibrary Loan office has changed.
 
How will this affect you?  The first time you request a book not in the CSU system or an article from any other library, you will be prompted to create an account in ILLiad, our new management software. 

This account will allow you to:
•       Keep track of all of your data, so you will not have to rekey this information every time you place a request.
•       Quickly change your email if needed
•       View your electronic documents
•       Track the status of your requests
•       Request renewals. 

When placing any subsequent requests the only thing you will need to do is log into your account.
We hope you enjoy this new innovation to help you manage your research requests.

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2 Responses to The New Face of Interlibrary Loan!

  1. Seunghun Lee says:

    Dear ILL service,

    I have used ILLiad in my previous school, and I think it is a great system. Thanks for making ILL for accessible and for making it easier to track.

    I have a suggestion. Would it be possible in the future to connect the ILLiad service with Pipeline ID’s?

    Thanks again,
    Seunghun

  2. Kim Farrington says:

    Dear Seunghun,

    We are working with the IT department on something similar to this and we hope it to have it up and running by the beginning of the spring 2009 semester.

    Thanks, Kim (ILL/Access Services Librarian)

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