|Method of Requesting||Resource Sharing (UW System)||Interlibrary Loan|
|Where does this item come from?||Other UW campuses||All over the world|
|Where in my account can I check this?||Your Library Account||ILL Account|
|Where do I request a renewal?||Your Library Account||ILL Account or ILL Staff|
|Who handles this item?||Circulation Department||ILL Staff|
|How can I identify this item?||White slip inside item with "Requested for"||Sticker on front of item with due date|
Adapted with permission from the Interlibrary Loan Department at UW-Milwaukee
Choose Article if you want to submit an article request.
Choose Physical Items if you'd like to request a physical item
The other options are available to you, but you can use Article if you want a Book Chapter or a Report. Have questions? Send us an email!
Patrons (borrowers) are responsible for loaned material from the time it is picked up at the Service Desk at the UW-Parkside Library until the time it is returned to the Service Desk.
Due to the heavy volume of requests that interlibrary loan receives, please submit no more than 10 requests per day.
It is very important to return borrowed materials on time. Failure to return materials on time damages UW-Parkside's relationship with other libraries and compromises UW-Parkside's ability to borrow materials from them in the future. Lending libraries can, and do, block us from borrowing any more items if we have very overdue books. This adversely affects all UW-Parkside students, faculty and staff.
Sometimes lending libraries will cut short the lending period. These items must be returned IMMEDIATELY. Failure to return items immediately may result in fines that will be billed to the borrowing patron.
We will send you an email message telling you that the book has been recalled and that the due date has changed.
Library Use Only and other conditions
Sometimes lending libraries send special materials to us on condition that they are used only in the library. These materials are marked Library Use Only, they will be held in the Archives on the D2 level of the library. Sometimes we also see books where photocopying is not allowed, or only selected pages may be copied. It is important to respect special conditions as set by the lending library.