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Communication Sciences & Disorders: Borrowing Info

Locate databases, guides for particular courses, and general information for undergraduate and graduate programs in CSD.

Delivery Options

Outreach and Continuing Education faculty and students can elect to have research materials delivered to them by US mail. Only users who visit campus less than 2 times a week can benefit from this service, since it is usually faster to pick up items at the Haggard Circulation Desk after getting an e-mail notice of the items arrival.

Graduate Students have the option of having items delivered to a department mailbox or to a home address. These delivery services are available with the set-up of a pre-established delivery location. Please contact the Interlibrary Loan Department at 360-650-3076 or ILLiad@wwu.edu to discuss your options.

Visit the Departmental Delivery Services site for additional information: https://library.wwu.edu/departmental-delivery

Requesting Materials

For more information on borrowing materials from Western Libraries:

For more information on borrowing materials through Summit and Interlibrary loan (ILL):

  • With Interlibrary Loan, you can request electronic articles, books, and more at no cost. Look for the "Find it!" and "We Can Get it For You - Use Interlibrary Loan" buttons in OneSearch and library databases.
  • https://library.wwu.edu/borrowing-other-libraries-ill-summit
  • Email Resource Access: ILLiad@wwu.edu
  • Call (360)-650-3076

Be sure to set up your ILLiad account BEFORE you start researching by visiting https://library.wwu.edu/borrowing-other-libraries-ill-summit and logging in with your WWU Universal ID and password. This will make requesting articles more seamless.

 

Fines

Western Libraries does not charge overdue fines for most WWU library materials.

A few categories of specialty items do accrue fines, including course reserves, recalled items, Summit books, and interlibrary loans (ILL).

The Libraries will charge a lost item fees for items more than 60 days overdue. These fees are forgiven once an item has been returned or replaced.