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How long does it take to get an article from interlibrary loan? How do I know when it gets here?

Last Updated: Apr 08, 2014  |  7 Views

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Most articles arrive within 24 hours and can be accessed from your Interlibrary loan account when you receive email notification. Books from Northwest libraries will arrive within a week, but those from distant libraries can take much longer. You will receive an email when you book arrives, and it will be held for you at the main circulation desk.

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