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Interlibrary Loan/Request It

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) and Purchase Requests have been combined and are now called Request It.

New to ILL and Purchase Requests?

  • Set up a Request It account. Enter your PPLD library card number (your card needs to start with a number “4”) and PIN to register.

Already have an ILL account?

  • Apart from a few labels, ILL has not changed.
  • Purchase Requests will now be done using WorldCat and your Request It account (formerly ILL account).

Place a request

Follow these steps to place an ILL or Purchase Request:

  1. Search the Library Catalog first to see if PPLD owns the item
  2. Not in our catalog? Search WorldCat to find the item you would like to request
  3. Select the title for more information
  4. Click on the blue "Request Item" button
  5. Enter your Request It (formerly ILL) login information
  6. Make sure all required fields are filled out
  7. Click the "Submit Request" button

Manage your requests

You can now track and manage your ILL and Purchase Requests through Request It.

  • Login to your Request It account.
  • Check on the status of an existing item or request an ILL renewal.
  • Can't find an item in WorldCat? Login to your Request It account to fill out an Item, Article, or Microfilm request form.

Need Help?

  • For general questions, check our FAQ.
  • For help searching WorldCat and placing requests, contact us or call (719) 389-8968.
  • For problems logging in to your Request It account, contact Interlibrary Loan staff or call (719) 531-6333 x2317.

Comments

I put in a recent request, but it was denied. Your response was that you would copy up to 20 pages. Would you please copy the section on the Kinser family as far back into Germany that is listed, up to the family's pedigree and possible personal and historical details in the US. (In German language, the family's original name was Kuntzer).

Thank you,

Julie
719-217-6045
kinjwl@gmail.com

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