Document Delivery is a free service that allows SRSU Library users to have print materials scanned and delivered electronically.
Document Delivery provides scans from print and microform collections owned by the SRSU Library.
Frequently Asked Questions about Document Delivery
Learn more about Document Delivery with answers to frequently asked questions.
Document delivery services are available to:
- SRSU faculty and staff
- Currently enrolled SRSU graduate and undergraduate students
- Retired SRSU faculty and staff
Materials available for scanning include:
- Journal articles
- Book Chapters
- Articles and documents in microform (microfilm, microfiche)
The SRSU Library is also working toward Controlled Digital Lending that allows us to loan print books to digital patrons in a “lend like print” fashion.
To place a request, log in to your ILL account using your LoboID and password. When placing a request, please select the Document Delivery form. Indicate the type of material you are requesting (book chapter, journal article) and complete the citation information. Citations should be as complete as possible and abbreviations should be avoided.
Document Delivery requests can also be submitted through the Request this item through Document Delivery button while searching in:
Document Delivery requests are typically filled within 24-48 hours. When your item is ready, you will receive an email with a link to your PDF scan available in your ILL account. Once a document has been uploaded, it is available for 30 days or 5 views, whichever comes first.
You will be notified by email if we are unable to fulfill your request through Document Delivery. Reasons for unfulfilled requests include:
- Item is checked out or otherwise unavailable
- Item is too delicate to scan
- Item citation provided does not match the item record
- Copyright violation
The copyright law of the United governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. This institution reserves the right to refuse to accept a copying order if, in its judgment, fulfillment of the order would involve a violation of copyright law.
last updated: August 19, 2021