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Article Express is a service to request articles not available through the Ursuline College Library for all students, faculty, and staff of Ursuline College and Sisters of the Ursuline Community. If Ursuline Library must request an article from another library, the conditions are established by the National Interlibrary Loan Code, 1980 (adopted by the American Library Association). Locally-owned articles in print journals may be scanned for electronic delivery for graduate students and faculty. Other restrictions may apply. Through Article Express, undergraduate students my request up to 2 articles per week and graduate students may request up to 5 articles per week. We will notify you by telephone or e-mail when the materials arrive, but you can always call the Circulation Desk at 440-449-4202 or email to circulation@ursuline.edu to check on any request.

If you need an article that is not online, we may be able to obtain it for you and may be able to e-mail it through Article Express. Please fill out the form below.

If you need help locating an article, contact a reference librarian.

If you need a book or audiovisual material not available through OhioLINK, it may be available through Interlibrary Loan.



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