Document & Library Material Delivery

Books and Media Delivery

Any registered borrower may request that circulating books and media be delivered to another library location for check out. Deliveries will be made twice a day, Monday through Friday, to and from the following locations: Carrier Library, Music Library, Rose Library, and Memorial Hall – ETMC. There are no deliveries on the weekend or when the University is closed.

JMU Faculty, Staff, and Doctoral students may also request items be delivered to their departmental mailbox. Doctoral students must verify that they have listed their departmental mailbox as their local address on MyMadison. There is no mail delivery on the weekend or when the University is closed.

Request items for delivery through JMU Library Catalog. After logging into My Account, choose Search Catalog button. . After locating the item in the catalog, click on the Request Item button link. Once the request is successful you will choose your pickup location or choose to have it mailed to your departmental mailbox (JMU Faculty, Staff, and Doctoral students).

Screenshot of library delivery location menu.

Article Delivery

Faculty, Staff, and Students may request electronic delivery of journal articles and book chapters from any print or microform title held by JMU Libraries, at no charge. Most deliveries are processed within 24-48 hours. There are no deliveries on the weekend or when the University is closed.

Look for the “Article Delivery” icon throughout the JMU Libraries Periodical Locator and Research Databases.

Interlibrary Loan / Article Delivery button

 

Archival Duplication Requests from Music Library

Special Collections (including JMU Performance Recordings) may be purchsed from the Music Library in the following cases:

for Customer-Supplied Masters…

All duplication requests of commercially published material submitted to Music Library must include written authorization of copyright owners.

for Performance Collection… [search]

JMU School of Music students and faculty may use the request form to request Music Library make one copy of their performances only. Your name must appear on the program as proof of performance. No proxies, written or otherwise, will be honored. Charges are waived for current faculty and students.

All others may request the Music Library make a duplication of a JMU performance recording provided the following conditions are met:

  • Copies are for private, education use
  • The work is not available commercially for sale, hire, or rent
  • The requester agrees that the work may not be duplicated without express written permission of JMU

For Special Collections…

Anyone may use the request form to request Music Library make a copy under one or more of the following conditions:

  • University has approved copies to be available
  • Copies are for private, education use
  • The work is not available commercially for sale, hire, or rent
  • The requester agrees that the work may not be duplicated without express written permission of JMU

In most cases, due to copyright restrictions a limit of one copy per item per request will be maintained. When multiple copies are required and copyright is determined not to be a limiting factor, authorization may be given for production of more than one copy of an item.

All duplication requests submitted to the Music Library must include wrtiten authorization.

Allow one-week minimum for the completition of a request.

Any required payment, either cash or check, must be received before an order can be claimed.

All orders are to be claimed in the library or shipping charges will apply.

The Music Library will not make copies on customer-supplied media.

Music Library is not responsible for damages to customer-supplied masters. Protection masters are recommended and can be made for a nominal fee.

A minimum fee will be charged for materials required to complete a request. Additional fees will be charged when editing time or custom service is required. The total cost may not be determined until the work is completed. Complex jobs should be discussed ahead of time with Music Library Staff.

The Music Library reserves the right to refuse a duplication request.