Supporting the Information Needs of Whole Leaders for the Whole World
As you research, continue to add relevant terms to your search:
Consider alternative terms, abbreviations, narrower terms, broader terms and related terms.
Use subject descriptors, database thesauri and article abstracts to identify additional terms and ideas.
In your review of articles and websites, watch for references to research, reports and studies, which will point you to primary source documents.
After attending the LIBBI session, your name is sent to interlibrary loan (ILL) and added to an interlibrary loan sr. paper fee waiver list so you do not have to pay the ILL $2.00 per item fee.
When you make an interlibrary loan request, the librarian will check the ILL fee waiver list for your name. If your name is on the list the ILL $2.00 per item fee is waived.
Include the following in your ILL request:
You may paraphrase, but include all three items.
If the library does not own the item you need, we will request it for you through our interlibrary loan (ILL) service. As a student who has attended a sr. paper LIBBI, your interlibrary loans fee of $2.00 per item will be waived. (Note: Books will still have a postage fee that you need to pay, but the ILL $2.00/item fee will be waived.)
To Request an ILL:
Some databases include interlibrary loan forms to complete. For example, EBSCOhost databases provide an ILL form when you click the "Request from another library" link in the article record. If no form is available in the database, you may complete the opens new windowInterlibrary Loan Request Form or copy and paste the citation information and email it to LibILL@oru.edu.