Requesting from NRLF
Access Services: Phone: 510.642.6753 / Fax: 510.233.0455 / E-mail: email@example.com
Department Head: Jutta Wiemhoff / Phone: 510.642.6234 / E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
UC Faculty, Staff, and Students
Send requests through the University of California's Melvyl Request service, or through any UC library, following locally established procedures.
UC Berkeley Library Cardholders
Submit online requests via the REQUEST button in OskiCat to borrow material shelved at NRLF. For instructions how to use REQUEST scroll down to "NRLF request" on OskiCat's Help page for Borrowing. To receive electronic or paper copies of book chapters or journal articles, submit an online request via the "Request an article from NRLF (photocopy or web delivery)" link that appears in eligible titles in OskiCat. Circulation staff at public service desks of any campus library can assist you with further questions.
Members of the Public
If you are not affiliated with the University of California, please request material through a public, corporate, or other library.
Most materials are checked out for two months or one year, depending on the borrowing privileges of the library user. All books are renewable through UC Berkeley's OskiCat library catalog, or by mail or telephone.
Items with a "Restricted Use " circulation status can not be viewed at the NRLF. You must request this material at the owning library. Items with "Use @ Lib Only" circulation status may be viewed at any University of California library, but may not be borrowed.
Libraries and Institutions not affiliated with the University of California (UC)
The NRLF provides access to the holdings of its depositing libraries through interlibrary loan of original material for loan and photoduplication requests received via OCLC WorldShare ILL or ILLiad (OCLC symbol ZAP) to libraries within the U.S. only. Regular and rush service is available. We accept payment via IFM only.
Material Available for LOAN (3 weeks; Non-Renewable)
Dissertations and theses:
Our facility will not lend items subject to other circulation restrictions.
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