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How can I get a book the library doesn't have?

Last Updated: May 12, 2017  |  54 Views

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If you find a book in Worldcat that Bertrand Library does not own or have access to, you may request it via Interlibrary Loan.  

To do this, you click on the red "Get It" or "Request Item" button in the Worldcat record for the book, log in with your Bucknell ID and password, and complete the form.  

If you have a known item that you need, you may log in to Interlibrary Loan directly at and supply as much citation information as you have.  

If you need help with requesting items, please contact the Library Services Desk at 570.577.1462, or email

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