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This guide provides information on interlibrary loan.
Last Updated: Aug 13, 2013 URL: http://libguides.mnu.edu/content.php?pid=301359 Print Guide RSS Updates

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Questions?
Please contact Glenda Seifert
gjseifert@mnu.edu
(913) 971-3562

 

How Long Will it Take to Receive Requested Items?

The time varies, but please allow up to a week for articles and up to two weeks for books. 

 

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary loan is a service provided to MNU students, faculty, staff, and alumni.  If a MNU community member needs an article or book that the library does not have access to, the library will request the article or book from another library.  The Mabee Library processes all requests as quickly as possible, but it can often take up to a week to receive articles and up to two weeks to receive books from other libraries.  Please allow yourself plenty of time when requesting material.

Interlibrary Loan Tutorial

 

How long can I keep my material?

  • If a journal article is requested it can be permanently kept by the library patron. 
  • The lending library sets the due date and if renewals are allowed for all books.

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