You may request an interlibrary loan in person at the Albany campus library or by using the form below. Please refer any questions to interlibrary loan staff - firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-917-4638.
If you are in the library, you may request a print interlibrary loan form from the circulation desk.
If you are outside the library, you can search and place interlibrary loan requests using WorldCat.
WorldCat connects you to the collections and services of more than 10,000 libraries worldwide. You can search for books, music CDs and videos, and digital content. Resources are available in many languages. You can request things you find in WorldCat.
Did you know…
Oregon State University Libraries allow Oregon residents to sign up for Oregon Card accounts. You may find it faster to obtain necessary research materials through this means.
Frequently Asked Questions
Interlibrary Loan is a courtesy service provided by many libraries allowing patrons
to order and receive materials from other libraries.
Interlibrary loan (ILL) lets LBCC students, faculty, and staff obtain materials that are not available in the LBCC Library. The Library requests them for you from another library. Please limit your requests to five a week and do check your local library catalog before requesting ILLs. [NOTE: Interlibrary loan services are available only during academic terms and limited to current LBCC students, faculty, and staff.]
Current LBCC students, faculty, and staff may use the library's Interlibrary Loan service.
Requests generally take 1-2 weeks to complete. It may take a week or more to fill requests for whole books. You will be contacted by email, phone, and/or mail.
The LBCC Library will place requests for all types of library materials. The following types of materials, however, may be difficult for the library to obtain: textbooks, CDs/DVDs/VHS, dissertations, rare books.
The checkout duration is set by the lending library, so it will vary. Two weeks is
a common loan period for interlibrary loan items. LBCC Library staff will inform you
of the return date when you pick up materials. Ask library staff if renewal is possible.
Distance learning students may request that items be mailed to them if they are unable to come to the Library. [Those requesting mail service become responsible for the cost of any borrowed items and are also responsible for the return postage.