Interlibrary Loan Policies & Procedures
- ILL Code
- Request Acceptance
- Material not loaned on ILL
- Rush Service
- Loan Period
- Damaged and Lost Materials
- Contact Information
The Las Vegas - Clark County Library District attempts to make as many of its resources as possible available to other libraries.
ILL Code for Borrowing Libraries
The Las Vegas - Clark County Library District observes the provisions of the Interlibrary Loan Code for the United States for transactions outside the state of Nevada as well as current regional agreements and protocols within the state.
The Interlibrary Loan office accepts ILL requests made via
- OCLC (our symbol is NVC)
- email ILL forms
- mailed standard ALA ILL forms
- faxed requests on legible forms
The Interlibrary Loan office doesn't accept telephone requests.
Material not loaned on ILL
The Interlibrary Loan office will loan any materials not currently checked out from our circulating collection, with these exceptions
- Audio/visual materials (including software)
- Individual periodical issues
Loans may also be restricted due to local demand, physical condition, or irreplaceability. To check on material availability, please see the online catalog.
No charge for loan of materials or photocopies
We do not charge for rush service.
The Interlibrary Loan office ships materials by the United States Post Office. Should a requesting library want the material shipped with any other carrier, it will need to provide us with a FED-EX or UPS prepaid/account number.
Materials check out for 6 weeks from the date shipped. Renewals of three weeks may be given if there is not a hold pending.
Damaged and lost materials
The loaned item becomes the responsibility of the borrowing library from the time it is sent out until it is returned to the Library District.
Charges to other libraries for materials not returned or damaged include a $5.00 processing fee in addition to the cost of replacing each item.Check or money order made payable to "LVCCLD".
Interlibrary Loan 702.507.6306 or email email@example.com