How can I check to see whether an article is available before submitting an ILLiad (ILL) request?
You should always check to see if the article you need is available online or through one of the UAB Libraries’ databases before submitting an ILL request. To find out if the article is available online, check the E-Journals list, follow the steps on our Finding Full Text guide, or Ask a Librarian. We'll be glad to help!
Note: Effective September 1, 2015, interlibrary loan services through the UAB Libraries will be available to current UAB students, faculty, and staff only.
- How long will an article be available in ILLiad?
- What does the status of my Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery order mean?
- 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?
- How do I logon to ILLiad (ILL)? What is my username and password?
- 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?
- What should I do if the library does not have the book or article I need?
Last modified on September 24, 2015@ 9:04 AM by Cathy J.