What kinds of materials cannot be borrowed via Interlibrary Loan?

FAQ: What kinds of materials cannot be borrowed via Interlibrary Loan?

Answer:

Non-circulating and reference materials, genealogical materials, newspapers in original format (newspapers may usually be borrowed on microfilm), whole issues of magazines, computer software and games, Rosetta Stone materials (for any language), print items valued at under $10, items published more than 75 years ago, textbooks and items from special collections. Copyright law may limit the amount of material that may be photocopied.