Answered By: Wilson Library Librarians Last Updated: Jun 30, 2015 Views: 29
ILLiad allows you to request items that the Wilson Library doesn't own for FREE!
Because of building size, budgets, and the amount of information in the world, it is impossible for the Wilson Library to have all the information you might want to read. ILLiad is our way to get you the information you want. It can be an article you find in the databases that we don't have full-text, it could be a book you hear about in the radio or in a magazine, it can be anything! We do our best to find it for you, but sometimes it is not possible. Also, be aware that it may take days or weeks to obtain as delivery is contingent on the lending library's policies.
You need to create a personal ILLiad account.
The form for an account asks you for your email, address, and phone number. This is so that we have the information of where to send your articles and books.
You will set up your own username and password. The librarians' strongly recommend for you to use your email username and password to help you remember your account information. ILLiad! will encrypt your password, so it will remain secure. Only you will know your password. The library staff and faculty do not know your username or password.
For more information about becoming a ILLiad user, see the FAQ or First Time User Registration for Requesting Materials