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Interlibrary Loan and PASCAL

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Brandon Lewter

on 10 October 2014

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Transcript of Interlibrary Loan and PASCAL

Brandon Lewter - Interlibrary Loan Coordinator
Interlibrary Loan & PASCAL
http://libguides.library.cofc.edu/illfaculty

Here you will find useful information on the services the Interlibrary Loan Office provides, as well as interlibrary loan staff contact information.
Interlibrary Loan LibGuide
https://lewis.cofc.edu/illiad/

Here is where you can create an ILL account, log in to your ILL account, and place ILL requests.

This link can be found here http://www.cofc.edu/library/, at the library's homepage.
ILL Dashboad
- Correct and full citations are important and will help us fulfill your requests more quickly and more accurately.
- We will deliver to your departmental mailbox.
- Due dates on interlibrary loan materials are set by the lending library; overdue items can hurt our relationships with these lending libraries which affects your colleagues.
- Faculty are allowed unlimited ILL requests and can have 25 PASCAL books checked out at once.
- If an item is only available electronically, there is a strong chance we won't be able to get it.
Things to Keep in Mind
Questions?
PASCAL
Remember that PASCAL is for ordering
books. You can search the PASCAL Catalog
directly at http://www.pascalcat.org/ (found
on the library's homepage), or there are links
to PASCAL on Discovery Service and Classic
Catalog search results pages.
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