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Inter-Library Loans: How to get the best out of your request. Part One- Books

Inter-Library Loans (ILL) are a really useful resource to help you get the most out of research.  We have the means to contact thousands of other libraries in Britain and abroad to help you track down that elusive book or article you can’t find in our collection. 807 more words


Pressing the Big Red Button

Field Work

That’s right, after a few weeks in preparation I’ve finally pushed the big red button marked “Contact people and ask for interviews… 687 more words

PhD Year 3

The ILLiad, and other stories

Making Archival and Special Collections More Accessible is a new publication whose name says it all.  The good folk at OCLC Research have pulled together seven years of research and summarised it in this handy document. 216 more words

Special Collections

Inter-library loans

If you need a book that’s not in the LCC, you can still get hold of it through an Inter-library loan (ILL). We can ask the British Library to send a copy for you to borrow, for just £2. 149 more words

Tip Of The Week

How to use eresources@cambridge: #2 ejournal error messages

Found what you are looking for in the catalogue? Viewing articles should now be easy, but there are some common error messages that may get in your way. 430 more words