If you want to check and see how many other libraries across the nation have the item you are looking for, you can try searching for it in WorldCat.
This will give you an idea of how easy it will be for us to retrieve it for you on Interlibrary Loan. However, you are not required to check WorldCat before requesting an item.
Note that there is a direct link to request an item in our interlibrary loan system (ILLiad) from WorldCat, so it can be a very easy and convenient way to request a book. Just click "Send Request to Iliad" from the details page for the item.
Ebsco E-books is a large collection of electronic books covering a broad range of academic subjects that are available 24/7. You can read them on your computer or print out small portions of the book. You can also search within each by chapter, index, or keyword.
To access EBSCO E-Books click on the link below and then select Ebsco Ebooks.
If a download is available, you will see a "download (offline)" link icon. If a download is not available, you can still access the book on your computer through the Ebsco Ebook database.
You must log in (sign in) with the Ebsco user account in order to download a book. You can create a new user account by clicking on the "sign in" link, then the "create new account" link.
In order to download eBooks, Adobe Digital Editions 1.7.1 or higher must be installed on your computer or mobile device. You will also need to register for an Adobe ID (if you do not yet have one). Adobe Digital Editions is available for download here.
Use the table below to locate library materials. If you are still having difficulty finding something, see a librarian for help or ask at the Circulation Desk.
|General Collection||Main Floor, Lower Level|
|Call Numbers A - P||Main Floor|
|Call Numbers Q - Z||Lower Level|
|Reserve Collection||Circulation Desk|
|Reference Collection||Main Floor|
|Oversized Collection||Main Floor|
|Juvenile Collection||Lower Level|
Main Floor, Circulation Desk
|CDs, DVDs, Kits, Videos||Circulation Desk|