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Graduate Education

Guide and resources for graduate education students.

What is Interlibrary Loan?

InterLibrary Loan is a nationwide cooperative service among libraries developed in order to share their collections by lending items to each other. We will request materials that are unavailable here in Memorial Library. 

Memorial Library provides this service to current Berry faculty, staff, and students with the understanding that the users will abide by the regulations of the lending library. 

Before requesting materials, check the Online Catalog and the Journal Locator, to make sure the item is not available in our library. 

Submit all requests using the ILL form. There is no need to sign up! All current faculty, staff, and students are setup for this service. Access ILL services by using your Active Directory credentials. Your Active Directory username is the first part of your email address. For example, jsmith or john.smith.

For more information: Interlibrary Loan FAQ