What is Document Delivery?
The Interlibrary Services staff mail materials that are available in the library collections in the Darling, Marshburn, and Stamps libraries located on the Azusa campus. This service is available to students, faculty and staff at Azusa Pacific University's Regional Centers. The Interlibrary Services staff can send:
- Books or chapters from a book
- Copies of articles in periodicals
- Education test kits
- Videos or DVDs
How do I request material?
The Document Delivery/Interlibrary Loan Request and Test Kit Request forms are available online. Forms must be completed correctly or they will not be processed. Requests by phone or email will not be accepted.
Is this service free?
There is no charge to request books, media items, or test kits, and return postage is included for returning these items to the Azusa campus. The library will also send copies of APU-owned articles via email at no charge.
How long does it take to receive materials?
Items will be mailed, faxed, or emailed within 2 business days of receipt of your request.
How long may I keep the material?
You may keep copies of articles. Books are generally loaned for 4 weeks and videos for 2 weeks. Test loan periods are determined by the Library Media Center. Items may be renewed using your online library account (accessible through the online APU library catalog). Overdue material will incur fines and blocks on the patron record.
Where do I return books, videos or tests?
Return all items by mail using the postage-paid mailing label included in your package.
Where is the Interlibrary Services office?
The office is located on the main level, east wing of the Marshburn Library on the APU's East Campus. The hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Hours are subject to change during the winter and spring breaks as well as during summer terms. You may contact the office by phone, fax, or email.
For more information, contact:
Document Delivery Coordinator and Non-Monographic Stacks Manager
626) 815-6000, Ext. 3276, firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax (626) 969-6611.