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Can my ILL book loan be renewed?

I didn't see an option to renew through my Illiad account
Last Updated: Jul 10, 2014  |  19 Views
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Requests for renewals of books and other returnable materials received via Interlibrary loan must be granted by the lending library.

The easiest way to request a renewal is through your ILLiad account. However, this method can only be used before the book is overdue. After the offcial due date, the option to renew is no longer visible on your ILLIAD account.

Go to ILLiad, and log in to your account. Click on the number of the request that you wish to renew. Near the top of the request record, there should be a link that offers the option of requesting a renewal. If no such link is visible, then contact the MacPhaidin Library Reference Desk at 508 565-1203.

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