When full-text of an article is not available, you will need to place an InterLibrary Loan Request:
1. When there are no full-text options available, follow the "We can get it for you for free (ILL&Illiad)" link instead. Once again, Ignore the "sign in for more request options" prompt.
2. Once you follow this link, you will be prompted to login with your UWGB credentials. You should login at this time.
3. Once logged in, you will be brought to a request form, that will already be filled out with the correct information to complete your request. Simply, click the submit button and you will receive a notification via email when the article is ready for you to view. Articles typically take 1-3 business days to arrive.
Note: Notifications about your requests will automatically be sent to your UWGB email address. If you would like your requests to be sent to a different address, please contact the library.
Encountering an Error Message
If you are experiencing issues while signing in to request resources such as an Authentication Failure shown in the image below, please contact either Melissa Platkowski or Erica Grunseth to help resolve the issue.
Requesting Physical Resources
While online resources such as eBooks and articles may be the most convenient resources to use as distance student or faculty member, you still have access to thousands of physical resources including: books, movies (DVDs), music scores, and music (CDs) you can either request. See the options below for more information on requesting items you find in Search@UW:
Requesting Books from the UW Library System
To request a physical resource owned by a UW Library, including UW-Green Bay Libraries, contact either Melissa Platkowski or Erica Grunseth to set up delivery options for you.
Requesting Books Outside of UW Libraries
To request physical resources outside of a UW Library, utilizing your school or public library's interlibrary loan service may be the faster, easier option for you. Again, you can contact either Melissa Platkowski or Erica Grunseth for more information or reach out to your local librarian for more help.