Library Services, A Reasonably Exhaustive List
- How Can We Help You? - Who to call or contact in the libraries for help with research and other library questions.
- Access and Borrowing Privileges at Drexel University Libraries - Policies related to entrance to, and borrowing from, the libraries by members of the University community, alumni, students and staff of other Philadelphia area universities, and other visitors including members of the general public.
- Borrowing Library Materials (Circulation Services) - Borrowing books, audiovisuals and other materials from the libraries; includes loan periods, overdue fines, renewals, recall of items, blocked privileges, requesting items to be put on hold.
- Borrowing from Other Libraries - Using Interlibrary Loan services and E-ZBorrow to obtain books, photocopies of journal articles and other materials that are not available in the Drexel libraries' collections.
- Frequently Asked Questions about Interlibrary Loan
- Group Work Survival Guide
- Interlibrary Loan Information for Other Libraries
- Copiers and Microform Readers
- Document Delivery/Copying Services
- iDEA - iDEA is a web based service for members of the Drexel community to archive and provide access to digital documents including publications, reports, presentations, posters, images, audio, video, and many other forms of electronic media.
- Laptops for Loan - Loan of laptops for use within Hagerty Library and Hahnemann Library.
- Literature Search Services - Health Sciences Reference Librarians will perform literature searches on health-sciences-related topics for a fee for University-affiliated persons.
- Loansome Doc - National Library of Medicine sponsored document delivery service provided by the Hahnemann Library to health care professionals who are not affiliated with an academic institution or hospital.
- Lost and Found
- Off-Campus Access - Access to electronic resources from off-campus locations.
- Printing in the Libraries
- Putting Print and Electronic Materials on Reserve - Information for instructors about putting library materials, personal copies of books, and electronic files on reserve in the libraries.
- Reserve Collections and Policies - Use of books, articles and other materials in the reserve collections, including electronic reserves.
- Thesis and Dissertation Binding - Processing of theses and dissertations by the libraries for binding, UMI submission, and electronic publication.
- Textbooks - If we don't have it on reserve or in our catalog, you can rent textbooks from:
Content Editor: Shawn Woodson
Last Updated: 05/23/2013