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Information on Interlibrary Loan
When we don't have a book, book chapter, or journal article in our collection, we can order a copy from our network of interlibrary loan providers. The service is called ILLiad or ILL.
ILLiad is a quick way to submit an interlibrary loan request. It enables you to search for and request books directly from libraries of the Greater Western Library Alliance (GWLA), a consortium of 36 research libraries located in the central and western United States .
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