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How long does it take to get a book or photocopy via interlibrary loan?

Last Updated: Dec 03, 2009  |  253 Views

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The time taken for requested materials to arrive depends upon several factors, including how close the supplying library is to Trinity, whether or not the item is immediately available at that library, and transit time. You should generally allow one to four weeks for receipt. IT IS IMPORTANT TO PLAN AHEAD WHEN REQUESTING MATERIALS ON INTERLIBRARY LOAN. Electronic versions of articles often arrive at your desktop within 3-4 days or sooner.

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