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Government Information: Borrow from other libraries

ILLiad: ILL Electronic Request Management System

ILLiad is a software program that automates the ILL department's Lending and Borrowing functions and enables us to process your requests more quickly and efficiently. What this also means to you as an ILL user is that you will be able to submit your interlibrary loan requests online and track the status of your requests at anytime day or night. Users will also be able to receive and download electronic copies of articles that are sent electronically from our lenders.  

In order to request materials through interlibrary loan, all users must register through ILLiad, the interlibrary loan system. After registering, users can request interlibrary loan materials through ILLiad, check the status of their requests, and view a history of requests submitted through ILLiad.

Click here to login to your account. 

   

First Time Users, Click here for ILLiad instructions.

Borrow @ Other Colleges

LALINC

Another way of gaining access to Library materials is with a LOUIS Reciprocal Borrowing Card. It's a way for active students, faculty and staff of Louisiana colleges and universities to borrow materials from other academic libraries in person. Please note that possession of a LOUIS Reciprocal Borrowing Card does not guarantee borrowing privileges from all Louisiana academic libraries. Policies differ from library to library, and the lending library has the option to honor the LOUIS Reciprocal Borrowing Card based upon the status (undergraduate, graduate, faculty or staff) of the cardholder.

Click here for the LOUIS Reciprocal Borrowing Card Application

Other Catalogs

 

 

New Orleans Public Library

The New Orleans Public Library is a great resource for materials that may not be available at Delgado.

Link to JPL

 

The Jefferson Parish Library is another great resource for materials that may not be available at Delgado. 

WorldCat is a catalog of catalogs. Search here to see which libraries own what you're looking for. This information is often useful for inter-library loan (ILL) requests.