Answered By: Michael Mackin Last Updated: Jun 21, 2015 Views: 85
If you would like to have a volume of a print journal placed on hold for you at one of the Library's service desks, or sent to you through campus mail, this is the process to make a request:
1. Library Search:
From the Library Homepage, go to Library Search.
2. Sign in:
Click the link at the upper right corner of the screen. Sign in using your OHSU Network ID (the first part of your OHSU email address before the @ symbol and the associated password). If you do not have a Network ID, use your last name and your OHSU Library barcode.
Once you have signed in, use the Journals, Books, & More field to search for the item you would like to request.
4. Availability & Request Options:
When you find the correct item in your search results, choose Availability & Request Options. If the item is available electronically, it will say Available Online.
5. Select Volume/Year:
Once you’ve found the correct journal and chosen Availability & Request Options, use the Volume/Year dropdown menu to select the volume number and/or publication date you need.
6. Click on Item Location:
If a location is still listed after you have chosen the Volume/Year, click on the location. If not, skip to the next step.
7. Request/Place a hold:
Check the status to see if the item is in place or on loan. If it is on loan, you can request it and add your name to the waiting list. When the item is returned, you will be notified that it is available under your name for pickup from the hold shelf. If you do not wish to be put on the wait list, you can also request the item through our interlibrary loan/document delivery service.
Choose Request/Place a hold from Options to request the item.
7. Select Pickup location:
Before you request the item, select a pickup location from the dropdown menu. You can choose to retrieve your hold from the service desk at the OHSU Library in the BICC or at the OHSU Learning Resource Center in the CLSB. We can also send items to distance education Students, to the Oregon Primate Center Library, or through campus mail.
Place the request. You will receive an e-mail notification when your hold is ready for pickup at your designated location.