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ILLiad Requests

Q: How are ILLiad request different from CDLC's eForm?
A: Some CDLC members use a system called ILLiad to help process Interlibrary loan requests. By sending an ILLiad request you are logging into an individual members ILLiad system and submitting a request.

Q: What is the advantage of sending a request via ILLiad?
A: First off, the turnaround time for ILLiad can be a faster than sending a request via CDLC's eForm. This is due to the fact that someone at the lending institution must manually input all the information from CDLC's eForm into ILLiad. Secondly, you have the ability to log back in and check on the status of your request as well as receive email updates and even renew the item. Lastly, not all CDLC members who use ILLiad will accept CDLC's eForm.

Q: Which CDLC members use ILLiad and how do I submit a request?
A: Below is a list of Institution's who use ILLiad. PLEASE NOTE how each institution accepts requests, you may find that using CDLC's eForm may be more ideal.
Each link is site specific to that institutions ILLiad web interface and should only be used to request items from that library. This is not a public request interface and can be used ONLY by the Interlibrary Loan departments of registered CDLC libraries.

For more questions about ILLiad requests please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it at CDLC.

ILLiad libraries ONLY, they DO NOT accept the CDLC eForm:

ILLiad libraries who will accept the CDLC eForm but PREFER requests be made via ILLiad, especially if you plan on making multiple requests:

  • University at Albany ILLiad - contact the UAlbany Interlibrary Loan Department at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to set up an Institutional Borrowing account

ILLiad Libraries who accept the CDLC eForm:

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