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English Literature

Borrowing Books and Articles from Other Libraries

Through the course of your research, you will likely come across books and articles that Wofford does not own that you'd like to use for your project. Here's how you can request books and articles from other libraries.

First, search for the title of the book or article you want in OneSearch. Put the title in quotation marks for easier searching. If you get no results or "citation only," that means that Wofford does not own the book or article.

An article result from a OneSearch search. The link below the item description reading "Citation Online" is highlighted.


To request the book or article, return to the library home page and click the Interlibrary Loan + Pascal link in the left sidebar.

The Wofford library homepage. In the left column, the link for "Interlibrary Loan + PASCAL" is highlighted.


Scroll down and click on the book or article request link, as appropriate. If you are requesting a book, please check Pascal Delivers first to see if another South Carolina library will lend the book.

An image of the instructions for requesting an interlibrary loan. In the middle of the page, the links for article requests and book requests are highlighted.




Fill out the appropriate form using your Wofford email address.  We'll do the rest!

An image of the top of the interlibrary loan form for article requests, showing the entry form for contact information.