Answered By: DPU Webservices
Last Updated: Jun 06, 2017     Views: 4135


ILLiad is a way for the DePaul Libraries to borrow books and articles for you from libraries worldwide. It is different from I-Share, because I-Share can only be used to request books (not articles), and is limited to academic libraries in Illinois. I-Share requests arrive much quicker, and you can borrow them for longer. The first time you request an item through I-Share, you will need to create an account.   ILLiad requests take longer to arrive, and typically you can keep them for only 4 weeks.  You can also request any I-Share items through WorldCat Local.

*Please note that libraries have the right to recall their books from you before the normal due date.