Getting What We Don't Have

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What's that? You followed the directions in my previous post so that you could click on the FindIt! at U of M link and find an article or book, but the Find It screen says we don't have it? You're probably looking at a screen like this one:
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First, be sure you click the Check for print/other electronic holdings link. It may be that we have the item in print. But if you draw a blank there, too, then look a bit farther down and click the Request this item from Interlibrary Loan/ILLiad link. You'll need to create an ILLiad account, if you don't already have one, and log in. ILLiad will present you with a partially filled form for your request.

After you've submitted a request for an item via ILLiad, you'll receive the item in anywhere from a couple of days to a couple of weeks.

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