Track Articles You Request from other Libraries
You can now track and review your current and past document delivery requests. The SULAIR libraries have implemented ILLIAD, a software program that will let you check the status of your requests. Articles will be delivered electronically.
To streamline processing as much as possible, document and book requests that used to come to the Engineering Library are now going to be handled directly by the Stanford University
Library's Interlibrary Borrowing Unit. We anticipate that turn around time will remain the same. Please contact the Engineering Library if you do experience any delays as we want to make sure that this workflow is running smoothly.
Interlibrary Services: Document Delivery Request Formshttp://library.stanford.edu/services/interlibrary_services/doc_delivery_forms.html
NEW Interlibrary Borrowing Request Forms (One-Time Registration Required)
More Information About Submitting Requests:
Interlibrary Services has implemented a new system to manage your Interlibrary Borrowing requests. We are confident that you will find our new ILLIAD software easy to use for submitting and tracking your borrowing requests. From any web browser, you can use ILLIAD to:
* Submit borrowing requests
* Check the status of requests
* Edit and/or cancel requests
* Request renewals
* Review your borrowing request history (all completed and
* Update your patron information
To submit a request using ILLIAD, simply:
1. Go to the Document Delivery Request Forms page and select Interlibrary Borrowing Request Forms.
2. Complete a one time, required registration process.
3. Following registration, simply log in to the ILLIAD Main Menu.
4. From the ILLIAD Main Menu, select one of the appropriate request form type: book, article, map, dissertation/thesis, government document, score, or map.
Interlibrary Services will continue to notify patrons via e-mail when their loaned material is received. Articles will be delivered electronically.
Faculty and graduate students can still use Research Library Cooperative Program (RLCP) to borrow items directly from University of California at Berkeley or University of Texas at Austin. RLCP requests should be submitted using the RLCP links available from the Document Delivery Request Forms webpage.