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Q. How do I get an article that OHSU Library only owns in print format?

Answered By: Summer Steele
Last Updated: Jul 02, 2015     Views: 58

For articles that are not available electronically, there are several options for OHSU affiliates:

If the Library owns the volume you need in print, you can place a hold on the volume through the catalog and it will be pulled from the stacks and held for you at one of the two library service desks. Alternatively, you can have the volume sent to you via campus mail.

If you would prefer to receive the article as a PDF file and are willing to pay a $10 service fee (OHSU distance users receive free service), you can place an online request through our interlibrary loan/document delivery service and have it scanned and sent to you. Note that if you are new to the service, you will need to sign up as a new user (username and password are separate from your other library accounts).


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