ILL is a method that the Library uses to borrow books and request copies of articles from print journals from other libraries
Be prepared to provide the library with complete information, including the ISBN number and edition for the book or the complete article citation for articles
If you need assistance in searching for the correct book information, please contact the librarians, who will be able to assist you in your search
You do not need to provide information about other libraries that may own the book or journal titles, as the library utilizes an automated library catalog search and borrowing system (OCLC WorldCat) to borrow books and request article photocopies
ILL requests may take up to two weeks for commonly held books; longer for less commonly held titles
The loan period and other policies are designated by the lender libraries, not the CBC Library
Either visit your campus library and have staff order the material or fill out this form to request books for delivery for your campus. If emailing, include your Name, CougarID (Students), or your Office Extension (Employees), Campus for Delivery, Book Title, Author, Year of Publication, Edition (if known), ISBN number (if known). You will need to check with your campus library to pick up the book. Books that are owned by the CBC Library will be checked out to you according to the policy, ILL books will be according to the lending library's policy.
Either visit your campus library or fill out this form to request photocopied articles from print journals or photocopied pages from books. Include your Name, CougarID (Students), or your Office Extension (Employees), Campus for Delivery, Journal Title, Article Title, Author(s), Year of publication, Volume, Issue Number, Page Numbers. Students will need to check with your campus library to pick up the copy; Library staff will mail through campus mail for employees.
Books and print journal articles that the library owns:
Books that must be borrowed from other libraries (InterLibrary Loan, or ILL), including copies of print journal articles located in other libraries:
Books recommended for the library to purchase for the collection.