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Answered By Library Staff Last Updated: Jun 06, 2018 Views: 69
Yes, the process of requesting a book depends on whether you are associated with TCC or another college/university or you are not associated with any institution.
See the following directions for each situation.
- If you are associated with TCC as a distance learning student, you can request a book via our InterLibrary Loan (ILL) system.
- If you are not a student or affiliated with Tulsa Community College, go to your local public or academic library to request the book from their InterLibrary Loan department. The staff at your local library can help you get started with your request. Keep in mind, not all libraries take ILL requests or have the same ILL system.
- If you are a student or faculty at another institution, ask your institutional library to request a book through their InterLibrary Loan department. Usually you can find the Interlibrary Loan or ILL department on your institution's library website.
Libraries are networked and are able to request material through interlibrary loan lending or borrowing material.