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What is ILLiad?

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ILLiad is the interlibrary loan system.  You can use it to order materials including articles, books, and videos, that are not available in WVU Library collections. 

You'll find ILLiad on the Libraries' home page under Borrow/Reserve or at https://illiad.lib.wvu.edu.  Log in with your WVU Login username and password.  The first time you use the service, you will be asked to complete a brief registration form.

Request materials by filling out a form for each item you need. You will need to know the author, title, dates, and other pertinent citation information to make a request.

Articles are delivered as digital documents posted directly to your ILLiad account.  Books and other physical items are delivered to the campus library you choose as your "home" library, where you can pick them up in person.

For more information on ILLiad policies, check our policies page.

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