ILLiad is a fully automated Interlibrary Loan system that allows borrowing between thousands of libraries around the world. Use ILLiad to request books or articles that are not available through the JET Library.
Creating an ILLiad Account
Below are basic instructions for the one-time required setup of a patron account as well as an overview of the system itself.
From the library homepage, select the Interlibrary Loan link under Quick Links. To create an account, you need to click First Time Users, which is under the Login button.
New User Registration requires:
Once you have successfully completed your registration, your account will have to be cleared by a member of the Interlibrary Loan department.
A request can happen one of two ways:
You may be searching in JETfind with "Expand search beyond the JET Library" checked and come across an Item that says "Check for Access Options" or you could also have entered a DOI or PMID into the Citation Linker
This will give you the link to request the item through Interlibrary Loan.
Clicking Request via Interlibrary Loan will prompt you to log in to your account. Once you do, there will be a pre-populated request form...
Or you might be searching our catalog and simply not find what you need. If this happens, you can log in to ILLiad and start a new request:
Whichever way you start the request, it is important to fill in as much information as possible. The more information we have, the quicker we will be able to process your request and find a library that can lend the item.
This Video from UWF describes Interlibrary Loan Requests. Start at 1:18.
Before initiating the request, think about the following:
Other things to know: