Answered By: Rose Salmon Last Updated: 27 Jul 2016 Views: 14
Before we order your inter-library loan request we
- check the details of your request for completeness and accuracy: we may need some extra information;
- check to see if it is accessible online or freely available;
- check the British Library, other external catalogues and alternative locations for available copies of your request.
All requests are subject to availability and the lending policy of the institution supplying the item. Even when a copy is listed as available on an alternative catalogue the lending institution may decide not to loan.
Once we receive your item we'll let you know it's ready for collection. Photocopies and files are supplied directly your given address.