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Interlibrary Loan - Borrowing from Elsewhere
Can't find what you're looking for at Wellesley? ILL will get it for you!
- Request articles, books, book chapters, media, & more
- Search WorldCat and request titles from libraries worldwide
- See the ILL guide
Search the Library Catalog
Search Tips for WorldCat or the Catalog
Try a keyword search. Once you find a book that is relevant to your topic, use the subject terms of that book to help you find "more like this."
Example: In the Wellesley College Library catalog -- the catalog is the second search box on the LTS homepage at http://new.wellesley.edu/lts:
change "Title" to "Keyword" and search "Satyagraha" (the nonviolent movement in India and South Africa)
Find a good book from the list of results, click on the title to see the full record, and look for list of subject terms that describe the book's contents. Follow these links to find all the books on your topic.
Subject terms for books from this keyword search include
Not finding enough, or found an item that's checked out? Search WorldCat and request a copy.
Digitized Books Online
The Internet Archive is a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form, including texts, audio, moving images, and software as well as archived web pages.
digital library by major research institutions & libraries, with freely searchable content as well as some "sneak-peek" (copyrighted) content.
mostly "sneak-peek" viewing of books in copyright, but some pre-1923 material in the public domain that is fully viewable. Use peek to identify what you need to borrow.