Publicizing events, collections, acquisitions and services at UMaine's library
-- Wednesday, January 19, 2011 --
A.Material Delivery for Faculty and Staff
B.LibX: Fogler Library Toolbar
A. MATERIAL DELIVERY FOR FACULTY AND STAFF
University of Maine faculty and staff may have materials owned by Fogler Library sent
directly to their Orono campus offices.
For Books: find the record in URSUS for an item you wish to request, click request
and enter the information requested. In the drop-down menu labeled "Choose a Pickup
Location," select "U of Maine - Orono." Circulation staff will retrieve the books
from the stacks, check them out to you, and send them through campus mail, usually
within 24 hours. Please note that interlibrary loan items cannot be sent to faculty
or staff offices.
For Journal Articles: requests for PDFs of journal articles held by Fogler Library
may be made through your ILLiad account. Please include a note in the request that
this is a document delivery request. If you do not currently have an ILLiad account,
you can use the Create an Account link from the ILL page
<http://www.library.umaine.edu/ill/> to create one.
Document Delivery staff will post the PDF to your ILLiad account and you will receive
an email notifying you of the document’s availability. The price for journal article
requests is 8 cents per page. For more information check our website:
B. LIBX: FOGLER LIBRARY TOOLBAR
LibX Fogler Library Toolbar is a Firefox extension that provides direct access to
Fogler Library's resources. It features: a toolbar and right-click context menu,
support for off-campus access via EZProxy, quick full text access to journal
articles, support for embedded cues at sites like Amazon, Google, & New York Times
Book Reviews, and support for xISBN. Visit Fogler's LibX Toolbar page
<http://library.umaine.edu/staff/libx_guide.htm> for more information and
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