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How do I get an article we don't have in the Library?

Last Updated: Jul 24, 2015  |  141 Views

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First, be sure you have searched both the Journal List and LINUS by source title/publication name to determine if we have the article in any format.  Feel free to have a librarian double-check for you at the Information Desk or use the chat box on the library website.

LMU students, faculty, and staff can request articles not owned by LMU for free.  To request an article, fill out the appropriate request form in ILLiad.

Please visit the Document Delivery Services LibGuide for more information. 


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