Use discoverE to Request a Book from Emory's Oxford Library: Have you ever run across an item listed in the discoverE search tool and found that the copy in the Robert W. Woodruff Library was checked out, but another was available at the Oxford College Library? It happens all the time. Or maybe the Oxford library owns the only copy of an item. It's not hard to request that the item be delivered to you. This new video will show you how to make it happen.
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Once you have identified that a work is available from the Oxford College Library using Emory's discoverE library search tool, log in with your network ID and password to request the item. When you see the listing in discoverE, click the Request link underneath to get started. Choose the location to which you'd like the item delivered from the drop-down menu, then click the bright orange Request button. That's all you have to do! The request works the same way if you're in the Oxford College Library and want to request an item from one of the Atlanta campus libraries.
We've been putting together a series of how-to videos based on questions we've received from students and faculty members about discoverE. Please take a look at our knowledgebase if you have additional questions, and feel free to share your thoughts with us, too.
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