For Materials Guidelines (Brooklyn Campus)
Request system at the LIU-Brooklyn Campus Library is designed
to help Brooklyn Campus students and faculty obtain materials
not available in the Brooklyn Library.
Campus ILLiad System (New)
an ILLiad account and submit an InterLibrary Loan request.
(Library Barcode & LIU E-mail Address
- It is important
that the requester first check LIUCAT
to see if we own the book.
enter as accurately as possible information about the author,
title, publisher, and date of publication. If you want a specific
edition, please enter information about the specific edition.
- The due
date is determined by the lending institution.
return all books to the Brooklyn InterLibrary Loan Department
on or before the date written on the slip attached to the loaned
book. Those patrons who repeatedly return books late will lose
their loan privileges.
requests of books can be made over the phone. Renewals are dependent
on the policies of the lending institution and the lending institution
has the right to recall its materials at any time. This should
be done at least five days before the due date. Overdue books
will not be renewed. Please call (718) 488-1679. If another
user has placed a hold on the book, it cannot be renewed.
fill out the Web form completely, and be sure to enter your
name, your LIU library barcode, your LIU e-mail address, and
the book title for your request to be sent and processed. Please
provide your phone number also so that when your book arrives,
you will be contacted either by e-mail or by telephone. Books
not picked up by the due date will automatically be sent back
to the Brooklyn Campus library.
- The patron
is responsible for overdue fees imposed by the lending institution.
For out-of-print books, the fee will be determined on a title
by title basis.
- There is
a limit of 10 InterLibrary Loan book requests per person at
JOURNALS & NEWSPAPERS
Created by E. Keane 2/04. Updated by I. Wang
data about the bibliographic citation into the appropriate fields.
This includes information about the author(s), title of the
article, volume number, date, issue number, pages and the name
of the journal or newspaper. DO NOT USE ABBREVIATIONS.
If you are not sure about the name of the journal, ask a reference
librarian at the Reference Desk. Forms which have not been filled
out correctly cannot be processed; however, we will attempt
to contact you for clarification.
supply the source of your information. That is, please provide
the title of the database or index.
supply your e-mail address and your telephone number so we can
contact you when your articles have arrived. If you fail to
pick up your articles, they will be discarded after four weeks.
by I. Wang 9/10