If you are trying to request an item that the Library does not hold, try InterLibrary Loan.
InterLibrary Loan Policy
Bulldog Delivery: An Introduction
Your professor at the Ballantyne Campus will deliver books, articles, or ERIC documents to you after you request them from one of the forms listed below. For questions, please contact Christina Hollingsworth via e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at (704) 233-8091.
The item you wish to have delivered:
- Books: Unless only specific chapters are requested, book loans are fulfilled by delivering the entire book. There is no charge for loaning a book. If specific chapters are requested, there is a ten cent per page charge for photocopying. Any photocopy is yours to keep.
- Journal Articles: These include magazines and journals. Libraries are not in the habit of loaning entire issues of any periodical title, so it is necessary to photocopy the articles you wish to request. There is a ten cent per page photocopy charge. This charge would also apply if we fax an article to you. The photocopied article is yours to keep.
- ERIC Documents: Are publicly available through the United States Department of Education's RIE initiative. ERIC documents can be identified by their "ED" accession number. There is a ten cent per page photocopy charge. This charge would also apply if we fax an article to you. The photocopied article is yours to keep.
If you wish to request items that are not available from the Library, please see our InterLibrary Loan form.