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What may NOT be available through Interlibrary Loan?

The following materials may not be available through Interlibrary Loan.

  • Material owned by JMU Libraries
  • Whole issues or volumes of periodicals
  • Reserve, special collection, law materials, some musical scores
  • Some doctoral dissertations and master theses, conference proceedings and unpublished papers
  • Some newspapers on microfilm
  • Reference works (including some genealogies)
  • Recently published books
  • Rare books or original manuscripts
  • Some media-type material: films, videos, computer software, and audiocassettes
    [note: We DO NOT order videos for classroom use. Faculty must request those videos from Media Resources.]

Related Frequently Asked Questions
  • Can the library borrow materials from other libraries for me?
  • How much does Interlibrary Loan cost?
  • What is Interlibrary Loan (ILL)?
  • How do I place Interlibrary Loan requests?
  • How many Interlibrary Loan requests may I submit?

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