InterLibrary Loan (ILL)

Request for Journal Article (Request an Article)

For ADU faculty: Use this form to request journal articles.

The InterLibrary Loan (ILL) service allows faculty to obtain journal articles which are not available in the Library collection for
research and/or course work.

Eligibility and Criteria:

  • Must be an ADU Faculty
  • Requested documents should be relevant to current curriculum/research
  • Each Faculty can request up to five articles per semester, if copyright fees are applicable
  • Additional article requests are charged to the requestor
  • Requests can be submitted by filling out the online form below
  • Delivery of requested article is subject to the coverage availability

Requestor Information

Fields marked with an asterisk ( * ) are required

Name*

Faculty ID*

ADU Email*

Department / Major *

Day Time Phone*

Articles will be delivered via email unless you specify a desired alternate method of delivery in the Special Instructions box below.



Item Information

Please provide author, title, volume number, page, date, and other related information.

  • ARTICLE EXAMPLE: Ramirez-Arreola D, Padilla-Lopez H, Gonzalez-Nunez R, et al. The effect of post-extrusion conditions in ribbon extrusion of polymer blends INTERNATIONAL POLYMER PROCESSING 21 (2): 121-131 MAY 2006.

Please Note: it will take upto 48 hours to process your request.



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