Lambuth Information Resources

Lambuth Interlibrary Loan

Facts About UofM Lambuth Campus Interlibrary Loan

  • University of Memphis students, faculty, and staff at the Lambuth campus may use interlibrary loan to request library materials.
  • Books will be delivered to the Lambuth Library or mailed to the user's address. Journal articles, book chapters, and similar materials will be delivered electronically though your ILL account.
  • Materials will be mailed through the U.S. Postal Service, which can take a week or more.Lambuth library patrons may return materials at the Lambuth Library.


ILL Quick Links

Remember to choose Lambuth for your location when registering for ILL services.

Interlibrary Loan Instructions

1. Go to the University of Memphis Libraries homepage and click on Interlibrary Loan.


2. Log in to ILLiad (our Interlibrary Loan system) using your University of Memphis username & password:

3. If you are a new ILLiad user, you will be asked to register by providing your contact information.

4.  After registering, click on the appropriate item under the New Request menu (Article, Loan/Book, Book Chapter, etc.).

  ****  NOTE:  Textbooks cannot be ordered thru Interlibrary Loan  ****


5. Fill in the required information about the item (red starred fields).

Login to your account at any time to monitor your requests.

Borrowers will receive an email when your item is available at the Library Checkout desk (print materials) or in your account electronically (article or book chapters).

ILL FAQs for more information.


Lambuth Library Information

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How I Can Help

Conducting research and writing research papers is hard work. We are here to help you!

I can help you:

  • identify which University of Memphis database(s) will work best for your research paper, project, literature review, or Masters thesis

  • find, cite, save, organize and print reliable articles that support your research

  • teach you a tool that will cite your sources for you (MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.) OR help you with citing the "old-fashioned" way (from scratch with a guide book)

  • narrow or broaden a topic or thesis statement by assessing the information in our databases

  • assist with finding resources for literature reviews and annotated bibliographies

  • suggest ways to incorporate your sources into your paper, thesis, or dissertation

Lisa Reilly,

UofM Lambuth Campus Librarian