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The O'Grady Library has switched from iLLiad to a new interlibrary loan program (ILL), one that should be cleaner and easier to use.* iLLiad will stay online through April 12 to allow users to download any PDFs still in the system and to save their search histories.
Below is a quick video with Stefanie Gorzelsky, one of the librarians, highlighting some of the advantages of the new system.
Below is a short video that shows the new ILL landing page and also shows how you can set it up to give you text alerts when items come in.
Below is a short video on request screens and email notifications, which are slightly different from iLLiad.
* For anybody interested, the new program is called Tipasa, but we will simply use "interlibrary loan" or ILL instead of referring to the product name.