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Bailey/Howe Library Interlibrary Loan Department
538 Main St.
Burlington, VT 05405


ILLiad System Change

The Interlibrary Loan Office, along with help from ETS, is switching over authentication protocols for ILLiad logons. What this means for you, the patron, is that we are beefing up security by finally tying in your UVM netid and password into our ILLiad system. Not only will your records be more secure but you will be able to login to ILLiad using your normal UVM netid and password.

The only thing you will need to remember is, starting Tuesday, July 7th, you can only login to ILLIad using your UVM netid credentials. Any previous username and/or password will not work anymore. During login, you will be transferred to a UVM netid login before you can access your ILLiad account. This way, everything is in sync and you have one less password to remember.

This transition will start Friday, July 3rd and last until Tuesday, July 7th. During this time the entire ILLiad system will be down as we make the change. You will be unable to make any new requests, check on the status of previous requests, or look up PDFs. Please make any necessary arrangements beforehand.

If you have any questions, you can contact the ILL Office at our email or by phone at 802-656-2242. Thank you for your patience.

Center for Research Libraries (CRL)
The Center for Research Libraries makes available approximately five million publications, archives, and collections and one million digital resources to its member libraries to supplement their own humanities, science, and social science holdings. CRL materials can be obtained for extended loan periods via Interlibrary Loan.

CRL Resources Include

  • 6,500 international newspapers, many dating to the 1700s—the largest collection of circulating newspapers in North America.
  • 4,500 U.S. newspapers, many dating to the colonial era, including 2,000 ethnic titles.
  • Foreign journals rarely held in U.S. libraries.
  • More than 800,000 dissertations.
  • Area Studies: major microform and paper collections from Africa, Latin America, Middle East, Europe, Asia, Southeast Asia, and many other areas.