"Interlibrary loan is the process by which a library requests material from, or supplies material to, another library. The purpose of interlibrary loan as defined by this code is to obtain, upon request of a library user, material not available in the user's local library." American Library Association


ILL Stats Fall 2016
Book Requests499Books Received209
Article Requests744Articles Received617
Loan Requests From Other Libraries2098Loans Sent to Other Libraries187
ILL Requests Submitted for Purchase217ILL Requests Purchased

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ILL Stats Spring 2016
Book Requests426Books Received165
Article Requests397Articles Received290
Loan Requests From Other Libraries1380Loans Sent to Other Libraries100
ILL Requests Submitted for Purchase199ILL Requests Purchased122
ILL Stats Winter 2016
Book Requests531Books Received203
Article Requests689Articles Received513
Loan Requests From Other Libraries2151Loans Sent to Other Libraries164
ILL Requests Submitted for Purchase300ILL Requests Purchased190
ILL Stats Spring 2016
Book Requests426Books Received165
Article Requests397Articles Received290
Loan Requests From Other Libraries2151Loans Sent to Other Libraries100
ILL Requests Submitted for Purchase199ILL Requests Purchased122