Can't find material for your topic? We can try to get it from another library.
Here's what you can borrow through Interlibrary Loan:
Books, journal or newspaper articles, and DVDs. You can place requests for any of these items.
There are a few common restrictions among lending libraries that you may want to consider:
Who can use the ILL service?
ILLs are available to all current MCTC students, faculty, and staff. The service is not available to community patrons.
Use the form below to request material from another library. Fill out the form as completely as possible. The MCTC library will contact you afterward so you know the request has been made.
How do I make an ILL request?
You can make a request in three easy ways:
What is interlibrary loan?
Interlibrary loan (or ILL) is a service that allows students and employees to borrow books, media, or journal articles from libraries within the state and across the country. If you would like to borrow something that isn't owned by the MCTC Library, we may be able to get it for you through Interlibrary Loan (ILL).