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Interlibrary Loan Service

Interlibrary Loan is a free service that allows you to request materials to be delivered to your campus library. There are two options for requesting materials: requesting an item directly from one of the Library Catalogs or using Interlibrary Loan Request form.

Be prepared to wait at least several days for an article and at least a week for a book.

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Quigley Library Instructors

Becky Kramer
Instructional/Reference Librarian
bkramer@coloradomtn.edu
970.947.8269

Audrey Imhoff

Audrey Imhoff
Director of Library Learning Commons
aimhoff@coloradomtn.edu
970.947.8268

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Quality Internet Sites

The "google" of government documents:
http://www.usa.gov/

Search and discover available scholarly literature and link into our catalog to find full-text CMC articles:
http://scholar.google.com/

Historical collections that exist in digital format:
http://archive.org/

Newest research from the world's leading research universities:
http://www.futurity.org/

An alternative search engine:
http://www.search.com/

CIA World Factbook
https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/

Pew Research Center
https://www.pewresearch.org/