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Borrowing from Other Libraries

Use E-Z Borrow or Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad) services to get books, articles, and other materials not owned by Drexel University Libraries, or not currently available. E-Z Borrow is only available to Drexel students, faculty and staff. The Interlibrary Loan service is free to University faculty, staff, students, residents and fellows, and available for a fee to Tenet Hahnemann Hospital staff.

 
Before placing a request in E-ZBorrow or ILLiad, please check online catalog. You may request a hold on the book. Books currently checked out will be held for pickup upon return. You will be notified by email when book is available for pickup.
 

Borrow Books via E-Z Borrow

  • Borrow books fast from cooperating academic libraries.
  • Most requests are filled within 4 days.
  • Patrons are notified by email when their book is available for pickup.
  • Other services & policies, click here (ILL FAQ).
  • Connect to E-Z Borrow

 

 

Borrow Books, Articles, and more via ILLiad

 

 

Document Delivery (Copy Service)

The Libraries will provide delivery of articles from journals in our collections.
  • Requests should be placed via ILLiad (above).
  • At all libraries, this service is available to faculty. At the Hahnemann and Queen Lane Libraries, it is also offered to students and University staff for a fee of $3 per article requested.

 

Request/Hold Books via Library Catalog

Use the Request choice in the library catalog to have a book owned by a Drexel University Library held for pickup at that library, or another Drexel Library.
  • Books currently checked out will be held for pickup upon return - use E-Z Borrow if needed quickly.
  • You will be notified by email when book is available for pickup.

 

Interlibrary Loan Staff Contact Information

 

ILL Information for Other Libraries

Information for other libraries that wish to borrow materials from Drexel Libraries is provided here

 

 

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