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Can the library borrow materials from other libraries for me?

JMU Libraries' Interlibrary Loan service can provide copies from journals, book chapters, and reports not owned by JMU. Allow at least 8-10 days to obtain. Interlibrary Loan also borrows books, microforms, music, theses/dissertations, and other materials not owned by JMU from lending libraries. You must allow at least 2-3 weeks for arrival and return borrowed items on or before the due date.

Please check Periodical Locator (for journals, magazines, and newspapers) and/or JMU Library Catalog (for all other materials) before submitting requests.



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