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ELS503 Research Skills Guide: 4.2 Interlibrary Loans/Document Delivery

4.2 Interlibrary Loans/Document Delivery

Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery

 

If CSU library does not hold the article or book at all, then you could request an interlibrary loan or document copy. There is no charge for academic/research staff, Masters students and doctoral candidates.

An interlibrary loan involves procuring items for loan, or copies of articles or other documents, from non-CSU libraries and from information providers in Australia and overseas.

The service is available to all CSU students and staff. The Library will locate and obtain loans of books and copies of documents from other libraries if they are unavailable from the CSU Library. There are several options available and charges may apply to some services. For convenience the term "interlibrary loan" refers to obtaining books or photocopies.

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