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About the ILL and ILU services and policies at the Philip Weltner Library.
Last Updated: Aug 25, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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How is ILL Different from ILU?

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) allows you to borrow materials from other libraries without having to visit them. You may request books, journal articles, microfiche, dissertations, and other materials not available in Philip Weltner Library. Once the material arrives, you may pick it up at the circulation desk.

Interlibrary Use (ILU) is a service where students, faculty, and staff of ARCHE member libraries may visit and borrow from the collections of other consortium libraries. You must obtain an ARCHE borrower's card from our library before visiting another institution. You will need a different card for each library you wish to visit.

Search Library Catalogs

Rememer that ARCHE member libraries will not charge for interlibrary loaning materials, but other libraries may.

  • Philip Weltner Library Catalog
    Start by searching the PWL online catalog to find books at Oglethorpe.
  • GIL Universal Catalog
    Search GALILEO Interconnected Libraries (GIL) for books in Georgia. Please contact the Reference Librarian for assistance.
  • WorldCat
    WorldCat is the OCLC Online Union Catalog which searches OCLC member libraries around the world. Please note that many institutions may charge for materials, or they may not be available. Contact the Reference Librarian for more assistance.


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