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ILLiad. Copied articles will be posted to
the patron's ILLiad account.
Other Users
Books: Registered library patrons may
request individually catalogued book
materials listed as having a shelf location
of "Submit Request for Annexed
Material" in the CAT, by clicking on the
"I WANT IT" button at the top of the
single item display screen. Instructions to
users are included at the login screen.
Unregistered patrons may download or
print a copy of the Annex Request Form,
and submit the completed form to a
Circulation desk at any Library location.
Requested materials may be used in-
house or by arrangement with Lending
Services staff.
Articles and Bound Volumes: Copies of
specific journal articles or individual
bound volumes may be requested by
users without a Penn State Access
Account by downloading or printing a
copy of the Annex Request Form, and
submitting the completed form to a
Circulation desk at any Library location.
University Park Libraries: Hardcopy
materials will be delivered to the
designated location within 24 to 48 hours
during weekdays. Items requested during
weekend hours should be delivered by
3:00pm Tuesday.
Campus Libraries: Deliveries will be
dependent upon the timing of request,
travel distance, and delivery services that
are available. Materials usually take five
to seven days to deliver between Penn
State Campus College libraries, as long
as the materials are readily available.
Please note: Items will be held at the
designated location for 7 days from the
date the materials are received. Patrons
must pick up requested materials during
that time.
Annex Request Form
The Annex Request Form is available for download by
unregistered patrons or patrons without access to ILLiad.
The form is in .PDF format. If you do not have the
software or browser plug-in to read this format, go to
Adobe Reader -Download. Patrons may also obtain print
copies of the form from any library service desk that
has printing capabilities.
Page updated: 6/14/05 by Rich Cowen
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