Requesting Books and Articles from Other Libraries
InterLibrary Loan (ILL) can allow you to request Books and Articles that the USFSP Nelson Poynter Memorial Library does not currently own, but are owed by other libraries. Borrowing materials through ILL has different parameters based upon student status, as determined by USF NetID.
Choose one of the two categories below to which you belong:
Due to copyright issues, the library cannot retain articles. Therefore, it is important that you check materials electronically delivered for any problems, such as missing or illegible pages within one week of delivery. If you find any errors after that time frame, you will need to submit a new request for that article.
Interlibrary Loan Use Video
Please take a moment to watch this informative video on Interlibrary Loan usage through the link below.
Poynter Library Interlibrary Loan Office Hours
Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
- How long does it take to get an ILL?
- What are the costs of Interlibrary Loan items?
- What does the ILLiad request status of my ILL mean?
- What is ILLiad and how do I get started?
- Where is the link to UBORROW?
- What Can I get from Interlibrary Loan?
- I am a Distance Learner, how do get access to library materials?
- I am a Visiting Scholar, how can I use Interlibrary loan?
- Is there a Restriction on how many items I can Request?
- What are the penalties for Late or Lost ILL Materials?
- What are the Poynter Library’s ILL Office hours?
- What can I get through Interlibrary loan?
- What is the Loan Period for ILL Materials?
- Where do I pick up and Return my ILL Items?
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Cynthia BrownLibrary Specialist, Access ServicesPhone: 727 873-4549