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You can request items from Kennedy Library, other CSU Libraries, and other partner libraries
Fastest in order:
Items in Crandall Service Point (don't request it - quickest to get it off the shelf yourself)
Items in Retrievable Collection (held on campus but must be retrieved upon request.
Terms to be Supplied
In OneSearch, if Kennedy does NOT have a copy, filter for CSU Libraries and make the request from one of those results, in order to get the speediest access (Delivery Estimated in 3 Days)
If no Kennedy or CSU copies show up in the results your may say Estimated Delivery 7 days
Your slowest option will be any result that says: Terms to be Supplied. We can still usually get it, but have to find a library willing to share.
Important: Print textbooks are usually blocked from loan by other libraries, so do not count on this as a way to get a required textbook.
To view and request digital items from OneSearch, you must be signed in
Before you submit a digital request, follow any Open Access or Google Scholar prompts to see if an item can be obtained on the spot - sparing you any delay
Another way to often get to a digital item faster is to use a DOI, PMID, or ISBN number in the "Find By Citation" Tool. This may reroute you to instant access; if not, making a request from the OneSearch record you land on will be the fastest one possible. (See screenshot for the location of this "Find by Citation" tool; a video below also walks you through it. )
Important: Only a single chapter or less than 10% of a digital book can be shared digitally, so do NOT try multiple chapter requests in an attempt to get a required textbook.
Use the find by Citation link above with a DOI or ISBN for speedy requests!