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Borrow from Other Libraries

Go in Person

Before you go, be sure to stop by the Gumberg Library Circulation Desk!

You'll need to take with you to the partner library:

  • the appropriate paperwork, completed at Gumberg, so the library you're visiting knows you're legit
  • your current Duquesne University ID

 

Local Reciprocal Partner Libraries

Duquesne library userscan access library materials from:

Before you go, be sure to stop by the Gumberg Library Circulation Desk with your current Duquesne University ID and complete a borrowing form! 

 

PALCI Reciprocal On-Site Borrowing Program

Before you go to a library participating the PALCI Reciprocal Borrowing Program:

  • Check the library-specific policies for the library you plan to visit: full list of participating libraries
    • Note: Not all participating libraries in the PALCI Reciprocal On-Site Borrowing Program lend to students, staff, and faculty equally. 
  • Print this form or pick one up at the Gumberg Circ Desk,
  • have an authorized Gumberg Library staff member complete it,
  • take it and your DU ID to the partner library to ensure access to their collections.

Happy researching!

 OCLC Reciprocal Faculty Borrowing Program (ORFBP)

Duquesne University's current full-time and part-time faculty are eligible to participate in the OCLC Reciprocal Faculty Borrowing Program (ORFBP). 

Before you go:

  • Check if the university you are visiting participates: list of OCLC Reciprocal Faculty Borrowing Program participants
  • Stop by the Gumberg Circulation Desk with your current Duquesne University ID 
  • We will issue you an ORFBP card after verifying:
    • you are current faculty and
    • your Gumberg Library account is in good standing.  

Once issued your ORFBP card, be sure to take it and your Duquesne University ID with you to the partner lending library.

Happy researching!

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