Electronic InterLibrary Loan

Electronic InterLibrary Loan

InterLibrary loan (ILL) is the borrowing and lending of books and other materials between libraries. 

InterLibrary Loan FAQ

InterLibrary Loan Form for Articles
Available to LCCC and University Partnership students, staff, and faculty.

InterLibrary Loan for Books, CD-ROMS, Videos, etc.

Students and LCCC/University Partnership staff and faculty: 
If LCCC Library does not have the item, request it through OHIOLINK
LCCC students requesting textbooks via OhioLINK: You may renew four times if the book is not overdue and if the book has does not have a hold. 
   
LCCC/University Partnership staff and faculty: 
If LCCC Library or OhioLINK libraries do not have the item, request it by completing the InterLibrary Loan Book or Other Library Material Request Form.
LCCC students requesting textbooks via InterLibrary Loan:  The delivery of your book may take up to two weeks to be received.  Additionally, most lending libraries will grant only one renewal.

InterLibrary Loan Contact Information

InterLibrary Loan Comments and Suggestions

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