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Search our All Campus Catalog and Request Any Circulating Book from ANY University of Minnesota Library!

Using our "Get-It" (link) system you have books pulled for you in 2-4 days!

Just click on the "Get-It" option on the left margin of each record.

 

Library Catalog - Search for books in our Library

WorldCat - Search 450 million records and access via Inter Library Loan

Find over 450 MILLION books, government documents, videos found in
two places. THIS IS OUR BEST SOURCE FOR FINDING AND ORDERING MATERIALS THROUGH OUR FREE INTERLIBRARY LOAN SERVICE. Interlibrary Loans often require 1-3 weeks or more to fulfill.

Google Books

With this exciting and very new service, search for any keywords and discover which books are highly ranked for them. You may be able to find and read a few pages of the scanned book in context. Titles discovered here can also be requested via our library Inter Library Loan service:

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

 

If you have questions or are encountering problems, please contact me.

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