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How do I use Interlibrary Loan?
- You can request an interlibrary loan a couple ways:
- If you already have a citation you can go directly to the Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery page and fill in the information.
- If you are using the library catalog or databases, use the "Find It at UofL" button to see if we have the item. If we don't, click the "Request Item through Interlibrary Loan" button to place a request it.
- Art or Ekstrom Library: Request ILL service through Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery page. Questions? Contact us at 502.852.6757 502.852.6757
/ Email Ekstrom Library's Interlibrary Loan.
- Kornhauser Health Sciences Library: Kornhauser Health Sciences Library also offers Interlibrary Loan services to members of the Louisville health services community, including physicians and other health practitioners, and the legal profession for a fee. First time user registration for Kornhauser Health Sciences Library interlibrary loan service.
Questions? Contact Kathy Rogers at
/ Email Kathy Rogers. at Kornhauser Health Sciences Library.
- Law Library:
- Brandeis Law School faculty, staff, and students may request Interlibrary Loan by contacting Jerome Neukirch at 502.852.0736 502.852.0736 or emailing the Law Library.
- Be sure to state whether it is a book or article and cite as fully as possible. For books author, title, edition and date are essential. For articles author, article title, publication title, volume number and page numbers (or at least the first page number), and date are necessary.
- Cite checkers for law reviews should check their editors before requesting an ILL for a cite-check, because it may already have been done.
- Music Library: Request Interlibrary Loan via Music Library. Questions? Contact Mark Dickson at 502.852.5659
502.852.5659 or Email Mark Dickson at the Music Library.