Interlibrary Loan Delivery Vehicle
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Getting Articles: Once you find an article or book you need in a library database, you may see a link to read the material online or download it. If there is no direct link, click "Full text finder" to see if there is an alternative way to get it. You can also use the "Journals" tab in LION One Search to search for a journal title and see what access we may have.
If the item is not available at Albright, you can request a copy from another library. First you need to create an account. Once you have an account, you can click "Interlibrary Loan Request" to generate a request for the materials. Articles are usually available electronically in a few days, or longer if it is a physical item. (you will receive email notifications, and can check loan status by logging in to your ILL account
Getting Books: If you find a book in Albright Library's catalog and go to class on the Reading campus, you should visit the library and check out the book yourself. If you are taking classes at one of the remote sites, after you create an account, you can enter requests for your books directly in to your ILL account
Interlibrary loan accounts use your Lion Link username and password.