ILLiad is being upgraded today so there will be a short down-time. After the upgrade, ILLiad will be fully Unicode compliant, accepting and displaying CJK, Hebrew, Arabic and other non-Western character sets as well as Extended Latin. Stay tuned for more updates!
ILLiad is back. Patrons may request as usual.
Did you know that you can get books and articles from libraries outside of Drexel? We want to teach you more about it!
In order to help us help you learn more about interlibrary loan, please take 2 seconds to fill out our quick ILL communication survey!
Need a book that's not at Drexel Libraries? EZ Borrow is usually the answer. But EZ Borrow is experiencing some growing pains, and while it settles, we're asking those looking to borrow books from other libraries to use ILLiad instead.
Not sure how to use ILLiad?
The EZ Borrow system for borrowing books from other (non-Drexel) libraries is transitioning to a new system, Relais. Because we don't think that Relais is quite "ready for prime time", we're delaying our adoption of this system while we do further testing.
In the meantime, all book borrowing will be done through our ILLiad system. Login to ILLiad using your university ID and password in the My Accounts box on the homepage, and place your request -- you'll receive an email message from ILLiad when the book you request is waiting for you at the Library.
ILLiad, Drexel Library's interlibrary loan system, is down. Library staff are working to fix the problem.
If you would like to find a book, try EZBorrow. If you would like to request an article, please keep checking this blog for updates.
For questions about finding articles in full text, please contact the reference desk.
We apologize for the inconevnience.
Due to incompatibility with our ILLiad electronic Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery service, we have had to discontinue the "Order" option formerly available through the OVID database search system. Because document requests using the OVID "Order" function could not be transferred directly in to the ILLiad system, delays in processing requests were unavoidable, and the possibility of errors increased.
Those using OVID for searching MEDLINE or other databases can take advantage of our highly-efficient Interlibrary Loan service by way of SFX. When OVID full-text is not available, and the SF