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Music: Interlibrary Loan

How to request an interlibrary loan

What is Interlibrary Loans/Document Delivery?

Interlibrary borrowing is a service provided by the University of Regina Library. Through interlibrary cooperation we are able to borrow the materials you need for your research from other libraries which use us for the same purpose. This service is based on national and international borrowing conventions and is dependent upon the good will of cooperating libraries and on the cooperation of library users.

Where do I pick up materials?

You will be notified when your book  loan or photocopies of articles have arrived from another library. You can pick up all requested  materials at the Help Desk in the Archer Library during regular opening hours.

How do I submit a request?

  1. Go to the library home page
  2. Click Services on the left hand side
  3. Select Interlibrary loan under Other Services
  4. Open the form under the link Request an Interlibrary Loan
  5. Enter your Library Barcode and Last Name
  6. Select the type of material you are requesting
  7. Fill in as many fields as you can

If you have any questions you can contact the Interlibrary Loans department at:

Phone: (306) 585-4290


Interlibrary Loans can take from 3-10  business days depending on where the item is being shipped from. So make sure to plan ahead and start your research early!