Need an article or book that isn’t available at the Widener Law Library? The Interlibrary Loan (ILL) department can get it for you. Just fill out the ILL form and the ILL department will do their best to find a copy of the book or article for you. Articles are sometimes sent as a PDF file to your ILL account or they can be photocopied and sent to you in paper. Books will be held for you at the circulation desk.
Please remember that interlibrary loans can take time, so don’t wait for the last minute to put in your request.
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It is easy to establish an ILLiad (Interlibrary Loan Internet Accessible Database) account for use throughout the year. Through ILLiad, you
can submit requests for materials not found in our library 24 hours a day from any place that has Internet access, and you can track them from start to finish. To set up an account, start at the Library’s home page. Go to Library Services, click on Interlibrary Loan, and then click on Interlibrary Loan Form. Select Law Library — Delaware. Click on the button for First Time Users. Make sure you enter a Username and Password–-anything you like. Use these whenever you log on to request an ILL. Click on the Submit Information button at the bottom of the page. Make a note of your Username and Password, and you will not have to supply any other information when you want to make an ILL request. You’re in the system!