New Email Address for IFLA Libraries Submitting Requests
Members of IFLA may now submit ILL requests to the Library of Congress via
email. The address is: IFLALoan@loc.gov.
Please use only this email address when
sending Interlibrary Loan requests to the Library of Congress. Be sure to
include all pertinent address and bibliographic information, so we may properly
identify both the borrowing library and work requested. If further information
is required, an email reply will be sent asking for the missing information.
IFLA vouchers may be mailed under separate cover, see: To
Libraries Outside the U.S. for the mailing address and correct amounts.
LC Moves to ILLiad Interlibrary Loan, Direct Web Client
Requesting Now Available
In August, 2007, the Library of Congress Interlibrary Loan service
moved to OCLC ILLiad. In addition to requesting loans and copies via OCLC,
U.S. libraries may now register with LC to request directly via an
ILLiad Web client, see: First Time Registration
for ILL , for details.
Shipping Only to One Authorized Borrower Mailing Address
ALL ILL BORROWING AND PHOTOCOPY REQUESTS COMING
TO THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS are now shipped only to the mailing address
associated with the Library of Congress BORROWING ACCOUNT ID of the
requesting library. If a branch library initiates the ILL request,
the supplied material will be shipped to the address of the central
library, unless the branch has its own borrowing account at LC. This
policy applies to all ILL requests directed to OCLC symbol DLC, and
to requests sent via the ILLiad Lending Web Page (see: First
Time Registration for ILL).
The mailing address of the Borrowing Account will be updated at the
borrower's request to reflect the latest entries in OCLC's
ILL Policies Directory, and the ALA Directory. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if
you've recently changed your mailing address.