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Writing Center Tutor's Library Guide: Library Services

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Requesting books from other USG libraries

Armstrong students, faculty and staff may request books from other USG libraries through GIL FIND at Armstrong. Sign into GIL FIND with your port login.

Search other university libraries in GIL Find by selecting University System of Georgia instead of Armstrong on the drop down menu:
When you find the book you need, choose "Get it." If the book is not at Armstrong's library, choose "more libraries"
1. Choose a University from those listed

2. Make "pick up location" Armstrong (change from the University you chose.)

Click "Request" to complete the process for this book.

Go to My Account (upper left) to double check and track books you've requested; listed under the University that sent it.

Interlibrary loan

Use this service to request articles in journals not available from Lane Library (and books not available via GIL Express).  With a a citation to a needed journal article or book in hand, link to ILLIAD to fill in a request form.  All current students, staff and faculty have an ILLIAD account, login initially with 907# and last name.  You will be asked to complete a short profile the first time you use ILLIAD.  There is no charge for Interlibrary Loan service.

An easy way to complete an ILLIAD request is to search by the article title  in GALILEO.

  1. Make sure you've retrieved the correct article in from the database.
  2. Link to the purple FIND IT button associated with the article, scroll down to find the link to ILLIAD and  login.  The citation information for the article will automatically populate the ILLIAD form, saving time and mistakes.
  3. Submit the ILLIAD request, a confirmation is sent to the E-mail address for your account. 

Trouble logging into ILLIAD? Questions about your ILL request? Contact Lane Library's Interlibrary Loan Dept at (912) 344-3125 or e-mail at

Unsure if Lane Library subscribes to the article you need?  Need to identify research articles? Contact the Research/Information Desk at (912) 344-3026 or