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Using EBSCO’s Full Text Finder and Search Everything: Full-Text Finder and Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

Video Tutorial - Full Text Finder

How do I request items from ILL using Tipasa?

How do I request items from ILL?

To view a tutorial on placing an ILL request, click here

Log in to your ILL account using your A&M-Central Texas username (full email) and password, select the appropriate request form (book, article, etc.), fill in your citation information, and click "Submit."

Journal Articles:
Option 1: If you are searching within WarriorQuest or Journal Search and the University Library does not have electronic access, then you will be prompted to "Request this item through interlibrary loan." Click on the link and the item information will be auto-filled into the corresponding citation fields for you.

Option 2: If you find an article through eJournals (Journals by Title), through a database search, or Google Scholar you can still request the article by logging in to your ILL account and selecting the "Article" request form. Manually fill out the citation information and click "Submit."

You may check the status of your requests by logging in to your account.

Books, Media, etc.

All other materials: Search for physical items (books, DVDs, etc.) using the University Library catalog. If the library does not own the item that you need, search the WorldCat Database or FirstSearch. You can access the book request form directly by clicking here or all other requests by clicking here.

Good citations produce faster processing times. Please contact the University Library Reference providers through the Ask the Library service for assistance.