Answered By: Prof. Greg Morrison Last Updated: Jan 23, 2018 Views: 232
NOTE: While the status of a Wheaton book in the catalog remains "available," you will not be able to request it from another library. If the library catalog indicates that a Wheaton book is available but you can't find it on the shelf, ask for assistance at the circulation desk.
Starting at http://library.wheaton.edu:
- Select the "Books" tab.
- Default setting is Wheaton Only. Select I-Share or Worldwide.
- Search for the book you want to request.
- Click on in the full catalog record of the book. You'll get it usually within a week. If you haven't yet, you need to first create an I-Share* (or VuFind) account. More...
- When neither Wheaton nor the I-Share system can provide the item, you can request it using ILLiad.* For ILLiad requests, locate and click on . Use your campus computing credentials to log into ILLiad. Typical turnaround time is 7-10 days. More...
*I-Share is an online library catalog comprised of 85+ libraries in Illinois
*ILLiad is a resource sharing system that includes over 70,000 libraries worldwide