Answered By: Kerry Kilpatrick
Last Updated: Jan 09, 2015     Views: 56

You can actually request an interlibrary loan for articles that we don't have just like you can with books! The service is free, so you don't need to worry about any fees.

Go to our website at http://lfcc.libguides.com/home - then click 'Request an Interlibrary Loan?' under the 'How Do I' tab.

Once there, click the link in the righthand sidebar for 'Request a Journal/Magazine Article or Section of a Book'. 

A form will open - just fill in the required fields, like the journal name, volume, number, and publication year, as well as the article title and author. Then hit submit and we will process the interlibrary loan for you. 

The article should arrived within 2-3 days and we will notify you once it's available for pick-up. 

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