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ILLiad Login (For Users With Existing Accounts)
On Friday, April 18, 2014, there may be brief interruptions in the available of ILLiad web pages as repairs are made to our system.
Faculty who would like to have a grad student proxy
Faculty who would like to use a graduate student proxy to order your ILL materials:
We would prefer that your graduate assistant doesn't order ILL materials for you under his/her own ILLiad account. In the past, graduate assistants have ordered materials for professors who kept the materials overdue, or lost them. The student's account was then frozen and the student was unable to register for classes.
To avoid this, we had asked faculty to give their own login information to graduate assistants when ordering ILL materials for them, but some faculty didn't feel comfortable doing this. We have come up with a better way to to deal with the issue, we think.
You may now create a second account for the use of your grad assistant...using the your own name, followed by a dash, and the word "PROXY" (in capital letters).
For example: a new account in my name would say: "Katherine Moss-PROXY" in the NAME field of the ILLiad form.
In order for this to work you must now fill out a graduate assistant proxy form and submit it electronically to the Circulation Desk in the Library. That way, we know that you authorize the student to create and use this proxy account.
Any Questions? Ask Kate Moss, Access Services Librarian
How frequently do you use interlibrary loan?
What is Interlibrary Loan?
Interlibrary loan is all about cooperation. If you need a book, journal article, film, or other item that the Saint Rose libraries do not own, we will find it at another library and get it for you.
Also, if the library owns a print subscription to a journal, fill out an interlibrary loan request for an article and we will scan the article and send it to you via email.
The bottom line is we want to get the materials in your hands that you need within a timeframe that works for you. Let us know how we are doing.