University of Texas at Arlington

Resource Delivery Services

Resource Delivery is the team within the Access and Discovery Department that provides resource sharing through the delivery of library materials to its UTA patrons and to other libraries.

The Resource Delivery team seeks to provide unique primary and secondary information to support the research, teaching and publishing initiatives of UT Arlington. Materials can be requested 24/7. It is our goal to provide access to materials from anywhere in the world in the shortest possible time, at the lowest cost and best quality.

Resource Delivery consists of the following services:

 

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    Interlibrary Loan borrows materials for the UTA University community to support the research, teaching and information needs of faculty, staff and students. In addition, we provide materials from our collections to support the research and teaching performed at other institutions.
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    Reserves works with faculty to provide students access to supplemental course materials which are made accessible either online or through check-out at one of our three libraries’ service points.
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    Faculty Resource Delivery provides delivery of library resources and ILL materials to faculty members at their department. In addition, high resolution scans of up to 30 pages can be requested from our collection and made available electronically.
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    Graduate Retrieval Service provides retrieval of local library materials for graduate students. Circulating materials from UTA’s collection are pulled and held for our patrons’ use at one of our three libraries.
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    Distance Education and Disability Services deliver circulating UTA books and ILL materials to the patron’s preferred address.  Scans of journal articles and book chapters are also provided.
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    Demand/Patron Driven Acquisitions will purchase book titles from the latest current 2 years based on requests placed by faculty or PhD students through Interlibrary Loan. The format purchased may be electronic or paper, depending upon the requestor’s preference.