An interlibrary loan (ILL) is a loan made by another library to the University Libraries, so that a researcher here may have access to materials URI does not own. Copies, rather than original materials, may sometimes be supplied.
Interlibrary Loan service is available to faculty, students, and staff of the University of Rhode Island.
As of June 2017, the three University Libraries will be using ILLiad, an electronic system, for Interlibrary Loan Requests.
This service is available to Undergraduates and Graduate Students and Staff and Faculty at the University of Rhode Island.
To access your URI Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad) account, you must log in with approved University credentials:
First time users will be prompted to create an account upon their first visit to ILLiad. After submitting the information, you will not be prompted after subsequent log-ins. We only advise that if any changes take place - such as contact information or if you prefer to switch your pick-up location from Providence to Kingston - that those changes be entered in your ILLiad Account.
Please use the link below to access your account.
The images below demonstrate how to request an article via the URI databases.
Image A depicts a citation from Academic Search Complete. Click SEARCH to see if the University Libraries owns the journal.
Image B: Unfortunately, according to URI Libraries Search, URI does not subscribe to the journal. Next step: Sign in.
Image C: After signing in to the URI Libraries Search, the Interlibrary Loan Link appears.
Below is the ILLiad Logon page. Log in with your e-Campus username and your Sakai/wireless/LDAP password.
For further information about ILLiad, please refer to the detailed ILLiad FAQ page, accessible to anyone who visits the Logon Page.
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