If you are not part of the University of Tasmania borrower community, you are welcome to visit any UTAS Library and access print resources available.
The Intercampus Article Request Service operates between UTAS Library branches, allowing you to request articles that are only available in print journals at another UTAS Library location. You may also request extracts from books at another UTAS Library location. All intercampus Requests are subject to Copyright limits.
You may request articles from print journals held in any UTAS library that is not on your usual campus, as well as from the Hobart Store and Iron Mountain storage facility.
The Intercampus Article Request Service is available via the UTAS Library Home Page.
Requests will usually be processed within 3-4 working days. However during peak times it may not be possible to process more than 5 requests per person per day.
You will be notified via email regarding any problems or delays with your request.
Registered Flexible Library Services clients may have articles posted to their personal address. Flexible Library Services clients may also request book extracts, contents pages or reference book extracts.
For more information see the Flexible Library Services webpage.
Authorised by the University Librarian
6 March, 2013