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September 19, 2014
 
 
 
 
 

Resource Sharing

The Request service provides fast and convenient interlibrary loan (ILL) and document delivery service (DDS) to UC faculty, students, and staff. Users can access Request from the Melvyl® Catalog, UC-eLinks, or from Citation Linker.

How do users benefit?

  • Request speeds things up. Most user requests are sent directly to the lending institution. Many requests for journal articles can be delivered via the web.
  • Request eliminates most of the work. Request gets the citation information directly from Melvyl, from UC-eLinks, or from PubMed so users don’t have to copy and paste.

How does it work?

  • Request is integrated with the VDX ILL management system from OCLC.

Want to learn more about Resource Sharing?

  • Listen to a team from UC Irvine Libraries discuss their innovative pilot project, “Just Get It: The Search for Value-Based Delivery (Interlibrary Loan)” [ReadyTalk]

    Speakers:
    Kristine Ferry, Head of Access Services, UC Irvine Libraries
    Gerry Lopez, Head of Document Access & Delivery, UC Irvine Libraries
    John Novak, Acting Head of Collection Development, UC Irvine Libraries
    and Keith Powell, Head of Acquisitions, UC Irvine Libraries

    • Thursday, January 10, 2013 Webinar Recording [Streaming]
  • Check out the latest OCLC Resource Sharing webinars.
Resource Sharing Team
Leslie Wolf Request Product Manager | Staff profile available
Joe Ferrie VDX Technical Lead |
Jayne Dickson Information Services Analyst | Staff profile available
Alison Ray Information Services Analyst |
Michael Thwaites Request Technical Lead | Staff profile available
Margery Tibbetts UC-eLinks Liaison/Analyst | Staff profile available
Last updated: September 05, 2014
Document owner: Resource Sharing Team