Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery Polices

 

ILL Polices and Document Delivery of SBC Library as international Lender (supplier):

1. For copies: For SBC members there is no charge. For non-SBC members or other libraries, the cost for articles from SBC library holdings is 2. 00 USD/EURO or half Voucher per article . For students, there is no cost from the SBC library holdings. If the article is not in its holdings and is from other library, the cost is 11.00 USD/ EURO.

Comment : Charge applies only to those who charge us.

ILL services : Library fills rush requests

Delivery methods :

We send by email TIFF, email PDF, Fax , Mail.

We receive by email TIFF, email PDF, Fax , Mail.

2. For loan books or other materials : 20.00 USD / EURO per loan or 1 IFLA Voucher.

Comment : Charge applies only to those who charge us.

The Lending period is usually 3 weeks + 1 week renewal

ILL services : Library fills rush requests

Delivery methods :

We send by email TIFF, email PDF, Fax , Mail

We receive by email TIFF, email PDF, Fax , Mail

There is no charge for copies and loan for libraries in USA who are participant in the LVIS program (Libraries Very Interested in Sharing) or have reciprocal agreement (you may download the agreement signed and return it by fax or email) for interlibrary loan with non charge with the SBC library. The library participate also in the FreeForAll , an international collaboration of libraries whose mission is to provide underserved nations with health science journal articles for free.

 

1. The library participates in DOCLINE, the National Library of Medicine's interlibrary loan (ILL) request routing system. The purpose of the system is to improve access to biomedical literature for libraries in the Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) and beyond.
 
2. The library also participates in ILL SBN, a cooperative interlibrary loan and document delivery national library service (Servizio Bibliotecario Nazionale - SBN), the network Italian libraries promoted by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, with the cooperation of regional administrations and universities. It is coordinated by the Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of Italian Libraries and for Bibliographic Information (ICCU).

 

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