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9.0 How to Use Interlibrary Loan

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  • 1. The University of Houston Libraries Presents
  • 2. HOW TO USE INTERLIBRARY LOAN
  • 3. ILL IS A SERVICE THAT RETRIEVES MATERIALS FROM NON-UH LIBRARIES FOR AFFILIATED PATRONS WHO ASK FOR THEM.
  • 4. IMPRESSIVE! BUT HOW DOES IT WORK?
  • 5. EITHER LOG ON AT THE ILL INFO PAGE!
  • 6. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!
  • 7. CLICK HERE!
  • 8. ADD ISBN TO SPECIFY YOUR REQUEST! INSERT TITLE!
  • 9. CLICK ON THIS LINK!
  • 10. HERE IS YOUR SUBMITTED REQUEST!
  • 11. WAIT FOR NOTIFICATION BY E-MAIL THAT YOUR REQUEST IS AVAILABLE ON THE HOLD SHELF!
  • 12. GO TO THE SERVICE DESK OF YOUR SELECTED LIBRARY!
  • 13. ASK FOR THE ITEM THAT YOU REQUESTED AND CHECK IT OUT WITH YOUR COUGAR CARD!
  • 14. DIRECTED BY Donovan Erik Parker
  • 15. REFERENCES FROM Kanno, Y. (1998). Too Good Too Bad [Recorded by The Seatbelts]. On Cowboy bebop [CD]. Tokyo, Japan: Victor Entertainment. University of Houston. (Producer). (2013). University Services: Cougar Card [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from http://www.uh.edu/cougar1card/knowcard.htm University of Houston. (2013). Main - illiad client 8.4.1.0.
  • 16. PRODUCED BY The William R. Jenkins Architecture & Art Library