Our Interlibrary Loan department handles all requests for books, articles and other materials. There are two main methods for requesting materials, Prospector and Interlibrary Loan.
Interlibrary loan (ILL) is a system of borrowing items from libraries other than the Regis University Library. You can also use ILL to have items from Regis Library sent to any Regis Colorado campus, or, if you are a distance student, to your home or work address. ILL is available to all Regis students, faculty and staff.
Campus students and faculty are those who are enrolled in or teaching courses on the Regis Lowell Campus, the Colorado Springs Branch campus, or are taking / teaching guided independent study, or Internet courses and live within 10 miles of Dayton Memorial Library.
Distance students and faculty are those who are enrolled in or teaching courses at campuses other than Lowell or Colorado Springs, or are taking / teaching guided independent study or Internet courses and live more than 10 miles from Dayton Memorial Library
Requesting Books, Articles and Other Materials
There are two primary, online methods for requesting library materials:
- Interlibrary Loan
- Searching Regional Library Catalogs
You may request any type of library materials by going online and using Interlibrary Loan. You will be required to log in using your RegisNET account. Interlibrary Loan allows you to request items, watch the status of those items and to retrieve articles that will be delivered electronically. Your profile in Interlibrary Loan is separate from any other Regis accounts.
SEARCH REGIONAL LIBRARY CATALOGS
You may also request library materials via Prospector, an online tool for searching and requesting items from Regis University or other regional libraries. When you locate an item in Prospector you wish to request, click on the "Request this Item" link. You will need your RegisNET account login to complete the request process.
NEED AN ARTICLE?
If you are looking for an article, you may want to check our Citation Linker to see if it is available in full-text online. Enter your citation and a window will open with information on where you could retrieve the article.
If no full-text sources are available for an article, you may wish to click on the "Request from Interlibrary Loan" link in the new window to put your request in to Interlibrary Loan.
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