Do we not stock that one book you really want for your dissertation? Then why not see if you can borrow it from another Library through our Inter-Library Loans service!
What are Inter-Library Loans?
The Inter-Library Loans service delivers material you need which is not held in our Library. We can obtain a wide range of academic books, journals, and conference proceedings from other libraries.
All members of the University can request inter-library loans – Staff, Students, and Associates. Please note that the Inter-Library loan service is not available to External borrowers.
Do I have to pay to make a request?
We do not charge for the majority of requests, however we do charge for certain items and repeated renewals.
We would also charge users for any overdue or lost requested items.
How can I request a loan?
You will need to fill in a request form via Unicorn with a much detail as possible about the item you want to request.
The length of time it will take for your item to be processed varies so as a guide please allow a minimum of two weeks for your request to be ready.
Although in some cases items will be ready for collection within a couple of days of the request!
Please see our Inter-Library Loans webpage for further information.
Matthew Pearson, Library User Services