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Interlibrary Loan for Articles
If you cannot find the full text of your article, you may want to submit an interlibrary loan request. Please plan ahead and allow 5-7 days for delivery. Choose one of four methods to submit a request:
Interlibrary Loan for Books
Expand the C/W MARS catalog to include "All Central MA Libraries." When you find the item you want, click on the Request button.
If the item you want is not listed in that catalog, you may want to submit an interlibrary loan request. Please allow 5-7 days for delivery.
Choose one of four methods to submit a request: