Borrowing from Other Libraries
You are responsible for reading the following BEFORE filling out Interlibrary Loan Request Forms (linked below).
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) services may be used to obtain materials needed for research or serious study that are not available in the IAIA Library or at another library in Santa Fe.
This Interlibrary Loan service is for currently registered students and currently employed faculty, adjunct faculty and staff of the Institute of American Indian Arts. You must be a registered IAIA Library patron in good standing to be eligible for this service.
Each patron must submit his or her own request and is personally responsible for picking up and returning all materials provided. The IAIA Library will not accept requests placed through a third party.
Loan periods are set by the lending library, not by the IAIA Library.
Patrons are responsible for returning items by the due dates.
Renewals are not automatic and must be requested for each item at least three days in advance of the due date.
There is a limit of one renewal request per item.
Patrons may have 5 outstanding ILL requests at one time.
An “outstanding request” is defined as a request that is still in-process, or item checked-out.
Interlibrary Loan overdues are taken very seriously because they affect the borrowing privileges from lending libraries for all IAIA Library patrons.
Overdue fines are determined by the lending library and passed on to the IAIA Library patron who borrowed the material.
Overdue Interlibrary Loan materials will result in suspension of an individual’s ILL privileges and IAIA Library borrowing privileges until materials are returned and any fines are paid.
Loss of Interlibrary Loan materials will result in suspension of an individual’s ILL privileges and IAIA Library borrowing privileges until fees for the materials are paid. Determination of fees for lost materials is at the discretion of the lending library.