Answered By: Britt McGowan
Last Updated: Apr 05, 2023     Views: 322

We can ask a library that has the journal to send a free electronic copy of the article you need.

To request this service, you must submit an interlibrary loan (ILL) request for the article using your ILLiad account. Click "Article" under "New Request" once in your account.

Within OneSearch and other databases, you may click on "Check Available Services," or a "Find It' or "Get It" link and then on the "Request this item via Interlibrary Loan" to request an article that does not have full text available. This will prepopulate the request form for you. The first time you click it, you will be asked to create your account first - so be sure to click the back button and click "Request through interlibrary loan" again to submit the article request.

You will receive an email to view the article when we receive it and you can download it via your ILLiad account. This usually takes around 24-48 hours.

Questions? Contact Britt McGowan at bmcgowan@uwf.edu.