Currently enrolled Naz Student? Currently employed Naz Faculty or Staff? You are eligible to use the Document Delivery Service.
What is Document Delivery?
Need a photocopy of an article from a journal or a chapter from a book that we own? We will copy it and deliver it to your desktop electronically through your ILLiad account, thus saving you a trip to the library.
We also offer a retrieval service for Naz owned books. If we own a book you’d like us to pull, and have waiting for you at the Main Circulation Desk when you visit our Library, this is the service! This is free and provided by the Interlibrary Loan Office. Please note: we cannot pull and place on hold Media items.
Registering for Document Delivery?
Document Delivery and Interlibrary Loan use the same forms. If you are currently registered in ILLiad (Interlibrary Loan) you are all set to go. Not registered? Click here.
How do you submit a request for something Naz owns?
Just fill out the online ILLiad request form for the article/chapter you need, just as you would for an interlibrary loan request. That’s it!
What can’t you request through Doc Delivery?
Due to U.S. Copyright Law we are not allowed to copy an entire work, multiple chapters from a book, or multiple articles from one issue. This means we cannot supply chapters from texts or readings placed on Course Reserve. You must come to the library to use these.
If you are currently enrolled in an internship, a practicum, or a Distance Learning course that has you located in an area that makes visiting campus impossible, please contact Christine Sisak, Director of ILL Services @ 389-2184 directly so that we may better serve your needs.
Turnaround time will be 24-48 hours for regular article requests and same day delivery for rush requests, in most cases. NOTE: Rush service on evenings and weekends are limited. Please call 389-3321 and ask for a supervisor if it is an emergency.
If you have any questions about this service, please contact:
Christine Sisak, Director of ILL Services at firstname.lastname@example.org, 389-2184, or
Lynne Marus, ILL Librarian at email@example.com, 389-2185.