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Q. Can you scan journal articles or books for me?

I can't make it to the library but need something from one of your print items.

Answered By: Beth Juhl
Last Updated: Oct 14, 2020     Views: 151

Use our RazorRush document delivery service to request scans of print journal articles or chapters in items held by the Libraries.  

In the library catalog, look for the buttons "Request a chapter scan" for books or "Request an article scan" for journals.  Click the button, log into your Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad) account, and specify the pages and date of the item you need. 

Request a chapter scan button

Fall 2020 Update: Course Reserves

This fall, most physical course reserve items are unavailable for checkout due to material handling precautions for COVID-19.  You can still use the "Request a Chapter Scan" button to get copies of up to 50 pages at one time. 

About RazorRush

RazorRush is a service that can help you manage your study time more effectively. Upon request, library staff will retrieve, scan and electronically deliver articles from print periodicals in the collection of the University of Arkansas Libraries.  This service is available to all University of Arkansas students, faculty and staff.

About ILLiad

Your ILLiad account allows you to request books and articles from other libraries as well as requesting scans of items owned by the University Libraries.  Check out the short video below for instructions on creating your ILLiad account.