enables faculty, staff and students to request items through
interlibrary loan by using a Web-based electronic form that is
compatible with every library resource.
How is ILLiad different than traditional ILL systems?
ILLiad, it is easier and faster to submit interlibrary loan requests
(articles, books, and videos). Enter your name, address and other
information as a first time user and the information will be
automatically entered into the ILLiad system. No more hand writing
individual forms for each ILL request.
Patrons can search library catalogs and place an
interlibrary loan request from any computer with Internet Access.
will be notified via e-mail or phone when your item is available.
Periodical requests can be electronically delivered via your
computer (in PDF) or a hard copy can be picked up at Gill Library
Circulation Desk. Books and videos can be picked up at their Branch
Circulation Desk as well.
to know where your request is? With ILLiad you can track the status
of your request any time during the day or night, all at your
utilize ILLiad, patrons must have a valid CNR Network Account user
name and password. Once a username and password have been
established, patrons can begin using ILLiad at any computer on
campus or via remote access.
access ILLiad you will see the link “Request this on Interlibrary
Loan” in the databases or, if you already have a specific book or
journal in mind, go to
Gill Library Homepage
and select ILLiad from the “Services” section. Then key in the
necessary information on a blank electronic form and click on the
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:
Kathleen S. Mannino, Interlibrary Loan Librarian, 914-654-5359,