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FREN 322: My Word! Creative Writing and Translation Practice: Full Text in the Age of COVID 19

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  • A book or journal article that Drew may have electronically, check ScholarSearch or the Library Catalog
  • Book chapter(s), or articles from  journals that Drew only has in print format, use Request for Material Scan. Scans of over 150 pages will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Within 2-3 business days you will be notified by email whether we can fill a given request of this length.  If the Library Catalog does not list chapters or essays, check WorldCat for that information.
  • To check out a book from the Library collection, if you are able to come to campus to pick it up, use the Drew Loan pickup request form.
  • A journal article or essay in a book that Drew does not own, use Interlibrary Loan.
  • A book that Drew does not own, please submit an interlibrary loan (ILL) request.  Due to COVID restrictions, ILL has been unpredictable so you will be notified if the Library is NOT able to fulfill the request using that service. If the Library is unable to get it via ILL, please use the Library Resources Request Form so we may explore other alternatives. The Library will determine whether purchasing an ebook, digitizing a print copy, or purchasing a print copy is the best option.  Within 2-3 business days you will be notified by email advising how we will fill your request.
  • If you need help with these resources, your library colleagues are here to help — start with the Ask a Librarian page.

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