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This guide explains how to use E-Z Borrow to obtain books that are not available in the Clarion University Libraries' collections from other libraries.
Last Updated: Aug 27, 2014 URL: http://libguides.clarion.edu/content.php?pid=512096 Print Guide RSS Updates

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What is E-Z Borrow?

E-Z Borrow is a free service that allows you to borrow books not already available in the Clarion University Libraries' collections.  It is similar to Interlibrary Loan through ILLiad, but often books can be obtained faster by going through E-Z Borrow. (If you find that the book you need is NOT available in E-Z Borrow, you may then submit an Interlibrary Loan request for the book using ILLiad.) When you are searching for materials in E-Z Borrow, you are searching the holdings of over 45 Pennsylvania libraries, most of which are university libraries.
 

What can and cannot be requested through E-Z Borrow?

Use E-Z Borrow to request books not already available in the Clarion University Libraries' collections.  E-Z Borrow cannot be used to request periodical articles, E-books, or media.  (Use ILLiad to request interlibrary loan of periodical articles and media.)

 

Who can use E-Z Borrow?

E-Z Borrow can be used by Clarion University students and employees.  It should only be used to request books that are not already available in the Clarion University Libraries' collections. 
 
(For books that are already available in the Libraries' collections, local students should visit the library to check out the book.  Clarion Online [Virtual Campus] students may use ILLiad to request books from the Libraries' on-site collections, as well as from other libraries.  Click here for a guide to using ILLiad.)

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