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How to Borrow From Other Libraries: Document Delivery through ILLiad

Basics

  • This free service allows faculty, staff, graduate students, and distance education (DE) students to have articles from the Andersen Library’s print collections delivered to them online.
  • DE students live over 30 miles away from their UWW campus and do not come to that campus for classes 
  • Document Delivery is done through ILLiad, and uses the same ILLiad instructions as Interlibrary Library Loan does
  • There are three main ways to access Document Delivery and request an item:
    1. Research@UWW
    2. Databases (FInd It)
    3. Libraries' "Services" webpage

A. Research@UWW

After you Search and Sign In, under each item title you may see a note that indicates you will need to get the item from another library.

 

  • Available at – with other campuses’ locations listed. Follow UW Request/ Request instructions to borrow it from one of them
  • Checked out from – item is owned by at least one UW System library, but is not available right now. Follow these ILLiad instructions
  • Use Get It to Request
    • With other campuses’ location(s) listed in the record. Follow instructions under UW Request/Request
    • Without a location listed. Follow these ILLiad instructions

Instructions

Request an Item

  1. Select the title of the item you want
  2. If you see a: 
    • UW Request or a Request link, follow the UW Request/ Request instructions
    • We Can Get it for You! (Document Delivery/ ILLiad) link, select it and continue with section C #4 on the next page
  3. Select UW-Whitewater from the menu
  4. Select the Go button and log in
  5. Check to see that required boxes are filled out and add any additional information
  6. Click on the Submit Request button
  7. To log out, click on Logoff link
  8. Close your browser

B. Databases (Find It)

In most UWW article databases, if there is no full text available for an item in that database you will see a Find It button button or link for accessing it

Instructions

Request an Item

  1. Select Find It
  2. Select the title of the item you want
  3. If you see a:
    • UW Request or a Request link, follow the UW Request/ Request instructions
    • We Can Get it for You! (Document Delivery/ ILLiad) link, select it and continue with section C #4 on the next page
  4. Select UW-Whitewater from the menu
  5. Select the Go button and log in
  6. Check to see that required boxes are filled out and add any additional information
  7. Click on the Submit Request button
  8. To log out, click on Logoff link
  9. Close your browser

C. Libraries' "Services" Webpage

If you already have a citation for the item you want, you may request the item directly from ILLiad.

Instructions

  1. Select the Services link on the libraries’ website
  2. Select Borrow from Other Libraries
  3. Select Go to Interlibrary Loan
  4. Select UW-Whitewater from the menu
  5. Select the Go button
  6. Log in
  7. Under New Request select:
    • Article to request a PDF of a periodical article or book section
      • Items will be made available online in about 2-4 weekdays
      • Notification email will include download instructions
      • Print or save documents to your own files
    • Book to request a physical item such as a book or DVD
      • Items arrive at your campus library in about 5-7 weekdays
      • Notification email will include pick up information
      • Check out period is determined by lending library policies
  8. Fill in the required boxes, plus any additional information you know
  9. Select the Submit Request button
  10. To log out, click on Logoff link
  11. Close your browser

Check on Your Request

Beginning on any Library webpage, click on My Accounts in the header bar and login, then:

  • To track a request, click on Outstanding Requests
  • To renew an item (if allowed), click on Checked Out Items
  • To view an article, click on Electronically Received Articles

Need Help?

If further assistance is needed, please contact Interlibrary Loan Services at libill@uww.edu or (262) 472-5524.