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Offline Message from Madison Cox: I have a book I want to access from the ACM...

Last Updated: Oct 19, 2017  |  1 Views
 
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It is difficult to say for sure that we don't have access without the actual title you are trying to access. It does appear however that we may not have access to the actual books as electornic books. There are a couple of things you can do, however. You can request the book through interlibrary loan and we will see if we can locate another library that owns the book and will let us borrow it from them. Interlibrary loan requests for books usually take about a week or a little more to receive the book from another library due to transport of the book. However, sometimes we receive them sooner if it is available locally or through a library not too far away. The records for the books do provide table of contents and if you only need a chapter from a book, you can use interlibrary loan to just request the chapter. It will be treated as an article request and you will receive it electronically and usually in one to two days after requesting it. Let us know if you have any other questions. 

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