Who can use interlibrary loan?
I'm a Community/Registered Borrow. Can I use interlibrary loan?
What can be ordered via interlibrary loan?
What CANNOT be ordered via interlibrary loan? Why?
How long does it take to receive an item via Interlibrary Loan?
How do I order items?
Can I have my grad/student assistant order materials for me?
Can I "Rush" my order?
How many requests can I have at one time?
Where do I pick up my books?
How soon do I need to pick up my book(s)? How long will you hold book(s)?
I am unable to pick up the item in person. What can I do?
How long can I keep my ILL item?
Can I renew my ILL?
How do I renew ILL materials?
How many times can I renew my ILL?
How will I be notified when an item is available?
Can I use a different email address instead of my @isu.edu address?
Can I have my ILL book mailed to my home or delivered to my office?
How do I check the status of a request?
I don't need the item any longer, can I cancel my request?
How do I cancel my Interlibrary Loan Request?
Dissertations and theses available through Dissertation Express (ProQuest) can be purchased through the Interlibrary Loan Office for your personal collections. The Library provides this service on a cost-recovery basis.
Average cost is $33 for a PDF file and will be charged to your Library Account when the item arrives. (Price is set by ProQuest and may change without notice.)
To purchase a thesis or dissertation, contact Teresa Warren at (208) 282-2510 or email@example.com.