Notice: Interlibrary loan will be on vacation August 17-27, 2017. All requests will be processed starting August 28, 2017.

Please check URSUS, MaineCat, and UMF’s periodical holdings carefully before requesting an item through ILL.

More information on interlibrary loan is available.

Items marked * are required.

* Name:
* Phone:
* Patron Status:
* Email Address:
(for arrival notification)
Assignment Due Date:
BOOK LOAN
Title:
Author(s):
Publisher:
Year of Publication:
Edition or Volume Number:
Source of Citation Information:
Notes or Comments
for Library Staff:
ARTICLE REQUEST
Title of Periodical/Journal:
Title of Article:
Author(s) of Article:
Volume:
Issue Number:
Date:
Pages: -
Source of Citation Information:
(For example, Academic Search Premier, PsycINFO, MLA, etc.)
Notes or Comments
for Library Staff:
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You will be notified as soon as a decision has been made regarding this request.

Please note: These items will not show on your library record as having arrived, but we will send an email to the address you have provided when the item arrives. Please check for your materials by calling the library at 778-7210 or stopping by the Information Services Desk.

Copyright Law of the United States – Title 17, United States Code

This law governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted materials. Under the conditions of the law, libraries are authorized to furnish photocopies or reproductions of copyrighted materials. By law, copyrighted materials may not be “used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship, or research.” If an ILL user makes a request and later uses a photocopy or reproduction for purposes other than those described as fair use, the user may be liable for copyright infringement. Title 17 and ALA guidelines on fair use specify the number of requests that can be made each year from a particular journal title. Mantor Library reserves the right to refuse a request for copies or reproductions of copyrighted material if, in the judgment of the staff, fulfillment of the request would violate the copyright laws.