Answered By: Sarah Lewis Last Updated: 18 Sep 2020 Views: 188
Answered By: Sarah Lewis
Last Updated: 18 Sep 2020 Views: 188
The following items can be requested as an inter-library loan:-
|Books we don't have - we are currently unable to supply these|
|Journal articles (one article from a single issue)|
|Conference papers (one paper from a single set)|
|Book chapters to books we don't have (one chapter from a single book)|
|Books/articles we already have|
|Books we have which are out on loan|
|Paper versions of e-books1|
|Copies of more than one article from a single published work2|
|Books/articles from sources outside the United Kingdom|
- If you require a paper version of an e-book which we do not hold in the Library we generally don't accept requests for these, but exceptions do apply for users with specific needs; please contact us if you need a print version.
- Due to copyright law, no more than one single chapter/article/conference paper may be requested from a single published work, e.g. from a single book, a single issue of a journal, or a single set of conference proceedings.
- Please use EThOS (e-theses online service) to access theses.