How can I get an article from a journal you have in print?
All print journals are in closed stacks. Journals prior to 1995 are in the basement. Ask at the HUB and a staff member will assist you with accessing these journals. Journals after 1995 are in off-site storage and are not available for you to retrieve on your own.
ALL print requests can now be now requested through ILL and are free for UAB users. To request copies of articles in these journals, fill out the article request form via ILLiad. UAB users should select the "Free (LHL Collection)" option for delivery source.
If you need an entire volume of a journal, fill out the article request form but leave the pages and title fields blank. Indicate in the Notes field that you want the entire volume.
Please Ask a Librarian or call the HUB at (205) 934-2230 if you need assistance.
- What does the status of my Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery order mean?
- Can I pay for interlibrary loans or document deliveries online?
- How can I cancel an interlibrary loan request?
- How can I renew a book I got through interlibrary loan?
- Who can use ILLiad/Document Delivery?
- What is ILLiad (ILL)? How does it work?
- How much does ILLiad/Document Delivery (ILL) cost?
- How can I find the status of my ILLiad (ILL) request?
- Why don't I see all my older ILLiad (ILL) requests when I look at my request history?
- Whom do I contact if I have problems with or questions about ILLiad (ILL)?
- Why can't I select or search text from an ILL article when you provide it as a PDF?
- How can I check to see whether an article is available before submitting an ILLiad (ILL) request?
- What should I do if the library does not have the book or article I need?
Last modified on August 4, 2014@ 8:34 AM by Randy