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Interlibrary Loan

How to access interlibrary loan materials through Pratt Institute Libraries.
Only Articles & Book Chapters via ILL at this time.

Interlibrary Loan

Can't find a journal article or book chapter in our collection? We obtain library materials from all over the nation for free so that you have access to resources you need. Articles and chapters can be requested to be delivered directly by email. If you are unsure whether ILL is the best way to get what you need, or if you are having trouble finding information on your topic, ask a Reference Librarian. To request a journal article or book chapter from a title Pratt owns, use the Request a PDF service.


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