Director of Library Services Waheedah Bilal Page Library Room 224 573-681-5505 firstname.lastname@example.org
Administrative Assistant Imani Stovall Barton Administration Page Library 573-681-5518 email@example.com
Reference & Instructional Librarian Alisa Pappas Circulation 223 Page Library 573-681-5508 firstname.lastname@example.org
Media Assistant II Stacey Winters Technology Center 116A Page Library 573-681-5528 email@example.com
Night Assistant Robert Gurwell Circulation 222 Page Library 573-681-5512 firstname.lastname@example.org
University Archivist Mark Schleer Archives 315 Page Library 573-681-5510 email@example.com
Archives Assistant Ithaca Bryant Archives 314 Page Library 573-681-5514 firstname.lastname@example.org
Inter-Library Loan Catalogs
The consortium's purpose is to share library materials, information, and services using accessible, cost effective methods. Today, the MOBIUS Union Catalog has expanded to include more than 29 million items, serving users in Missouri and into Oklahoma, Iowa, Kansas and Texas. A courier service delivers library materials to member libraries once per day, 5 days per week.
An extension of the MOBIUS catalog into Colorado and Wyoming Libraries. Use this if you cannot find your book in MOBIUS.
A worldwide catalog enabling users to locate hard-to-find books, media, and journals to request through interlibrary loan. Use this if you cannot find your book anywhere else. You will need to gather the book, media, or journal's information and re-enter it into our Interlibrary Loan Form.
Inter-Library Loan FAQs
How do I request material through ILL?
For physical items (books, videos, etc.) users should first check the MOBIUS catalog and submit requests using their library account.
Request for articles can be made through our Interlibrary Loan Form.
If you are having trouble submitting requests or locating materials you need, please get in touch with a librarian or another staff member. We are always happy to help.
What is Interlibrary Loan (ILL)?
Interlibrary Loan is a service through which users may borrow material not owned by Page Library. Interlibrary Loan is a voluntary service between libraries that will allow Page Library to provide you with global access to information.
Who may use Interlibrary Loan Services?
ILL services are available to all Lincoln University Faculty, Staff and Students.
How long does it take to receive ordered material?
Although we receive some material in seven days or less, it is best to allow 10-14 days to receive material. Harder to find material may take longer.
How many requests may be made at one time?
You may submit as many requests as you would like.
How much does it cost to use the ILL service?
ILL is generally a free service because we make every effort to borrow from libraries that do not charge a fee. However, some libraries do charge for lending material.
How long may I keep material?
If the requested material is a photocopy of a journal article, the photocopy is yours to keep. If the material requested is a book, the loan period depends on the lending library; but generally the loan is for 3 weeks.
You may request one renewal per book. The lending library may or may not grant the renewal. If they deny a renewal, the material is due back immediately. Call the library to request a renewal.
How do I know when my ILL material is here, and where do I pick it up?
The ILL staff will email you when your material arrives. It is always a good idea for you to check on the status of your ILL material. You may pick up your ILL material at the Circulation Desk in Page Library.
What types of material may be requested?
Requests can be made for journal articles, books, dissertations, and other research materials not owned by Page Library. Most libraries will not lend video and audio materials.
Be aware, if you are requesting a recently published book, it may be difficult to locate. Recently published materials are usually in high demand at the libraries that own them.
What happens if I lose my ILL book?
If you lose an ILL book, you will be charged a fee (usually the cost of the book and a processing fee) that the lending library imposes for the material. The charge will be placed on your library record as a fine and you will be blocked from checking out library materials until you pay the fine.