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Interlibrary loan

We're part of Ask?Away Illinois providing e-mail and chat services to visitors who come to our Web site with questions about Alzheimer's disease. Our library policies are in QuestionPoint™. We follow up on chat questions that are referred to us.

OCLC and Docline are preferred for interlibrary loan. ALA forms and e-mails are accepted. The Library provides interlibrary loan materials to libraries within the state of Illinois free-of-charge. Out-of-state interlibrary loan requests are $10.00 per item.

Verify article citations or check our Online Catalog before requesting items. Our OCLC symbol is IA@. Our Docline symbol is ILULZH.

Feel free to contact us with questions.
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Phone: 312.335.9602 or 800.272.3900 (ask to be transferred to the Green-Field Library)
Fax: 866.699.1238
In Person/Mail: Alzheimer's Association Green-Field Library
225 N Michigan Ave, Fl 17
Chicago, IL 60101-7633

Building & running a small resource center

Building & running a small resource center: a toolkit includes information useful to any organization interested in developing a small resource center.

Contact us for related resources on writing circulation policies, overdue notices and sample question intake forms. Also request the resource center self-assesment checklist, marketing a small library, and library automation software comparison template.

Funding support for the virtual library

This project has been funded in part with federal funds from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Deaprtment of Health and Human Services under contract no. BN01-LM-6-3503 with the University of Illinois at Chicago.




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