Using ILLiad for Interlibrary Loan
The Madeleine Clark Wallace Library uses ILLiad as the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) electronic system to request an item through ILL. This product is designed to streamline and enhance the ILL process for both ILL staff and ILL users. The name ILLiad is an acronym for Interlibrary Loan Internet Accessible Database.
ILLiad provides many new features. From any web browser, users are able to store their personal information for use on all future requests, retrieve many requested articles electronically, request renewals, check on the status of their requests themselves, and have access to their ILL borrowing history.
With this system, every ILL user will need to perform a simple, one-time registration at the time of their first ILL request. Access your ILLiad account using your Wheaton ID (wID#) and password. See the Interlibrary Loan FAQ page within ILLiad for more information.
About Interlibrary Loan
Books, journal articles and other materials not owned by Wheaton College or the HELIN Consortium including InRhode (Brown University) can be borrowed through Interlibrary Loan from other libraries worldwide. Interlibrary Loan is available to all currently enrolled Wheaton College students, faculty (including emeriti), and staff.
The Madeleine Clark Wallace Library does not impose any fee for ILL. ILL staff will contact you if another library charges a lending fee.
There are no limits on the number of ILL requests that patrons can make.
See the Interlibrary Loan FAQ page within ILLiad for more information.