Answered By: Jessica Bower
Last Updated: Oct 08, 2018     Views: 140

Q: Can ILL books be recalled?
Answered by: Jessica Bower

Books borrowed for you via interlibrary loan are subject to recall by the library that lent us the material. 

  • If the book is still on the hold shelf when it’s recalled, it will be taken off and sent back to its lending library.  We will notify you via email if this happens.
  • If the book is checked out we will notify you via email that it needs to be returned.
  • Not returning the book on-time will jeopardize future loans from this institution to yourself and others. 

Please contact smlill@yale.edu if you have any questions. 

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