Submit your request through the Libraries Scan and Deliver service.
Find the item you want in Barton and then click the Request digital copy. If an electronic version is available, you will be brought to a page with a brief description of and link to the resource.
If the item is not available electronically, you will be brought to the Libraries' "suggest a purchase" form for an e-copy or chapter/article scan. Libraries staff will find the best option available.
Please review this information and guidelines to determine whether the item you are requesting meets US Copyright fair use provision before submitting your request.
If the Libraries do not own a journal or book from which you need a scan of an article or chapter, you may request it through our Resource Sharing department using ILLiad. See the Libraries' Document Services page for more information about when and how to use ILLiad services.
There are two ways to obtain a persistent URL (also known as a GetURL) or DOI (another way publishers provide persistent URLs). Please see the Libraries guide on linking to articles to learn more. This information also applies to e-books.
There are publishers who do not allow linking to resources. If you encounter such a resource, you may download the article you need and directly upload it to your course site.