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Interlibrary loan (ILL) services for obtaining journal material not currently held in the library collection are available to IIRP faculty, students and staff.
When requesting an article via ILL, please provide as much of the following information as possible; this will speed processing of your request:
- Author name(s)
- Article title
- Source (journal title), publication year, volume/issue, pages
- Other publication details as necessary
- DOI (Digital Object Identifier) if available | What is a DOI?
- Where you found the reference (database record, website, article bibliography, etc.) so that we can verify it
Processing time: In most cases, requests can be fulfilled within one or two business days.
Cost: Most ILLs can be obtained at no cost; if there is a charge to get an item, the Librarian will contact you prior to processing the request.
Delivery: Your article will be delivered via email as a PDF file; it is yours to keep.
External library lending: As a courtesy to external academic institutions, we will honor requests submitted via library ILL departments. The Library provides single-use electronic copies of journal articles at no charge.
- The use of borrowed and lent materials is subject to U.S. copyright law (Title 17 U.S. Code).
- Documents obtained via ILL are provided solely for educational use by an individual reader, for personal study or research purposes; they may not be redistributed in any way. The Library will provide the borrower with one copy of an article; we cannot deliver multiple copies.
- ILL services are available exclusively to members of the IIRP community; if you are not affiliated with IIRP, please contact your local library for help in obtaining research material.
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About the Library
The IIRP Graduate School maintains an academic social science research library whose scope comprises all aspects of restorative practices, including related areas of education, psychology, criminology, social services, conflict resolution, statistics, management and human resources.
The Library’s collection includes:
- Conference proceedings
- Government, institutional and corporate reports & grey literature
- Audiovisual materials
The Library supports the Graduate School’s blended curriculum by maintaining both a physical research collection and gateway access to digital scholarly content. We provide knowledge support for IIRP program initiatives, faculty and guest scholar research, and student coursework.
We serve the IIRP Graduate School’s faculty, students and staff; we are happy to accommodate external researchers as resources permit.
Borrowing policy: Borrowing Library materials is restricted to Bethlehem-based IIRP faculty and staff. Others may use books and other library items on-site at our Bethlehem campus office.
Service hours alert - Spring, 2019
The Library will be closed on the following public holidays:
- Monday, February 18 (President's Day)
- Friday, April 19 (Good Friday)
- Monday, May 27 (Memorial Day)