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

  1. Select the "Books" tab.
  2. Default setting is Wheaton Only. Select I-Share or Worldwide.
  3. Search for the book you want to request. 
  4. 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...
  5. 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 


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