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This guide explains how to use Polytechnique's ILL service in order to obtain documents which are not part of the Library's collection.

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Request Journal Articles

COVID-19: The Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service is being maintained, but as all sectors are affected, some documents may be more difficult to obtain than usual. 

To find an article, use the Sofia search tool. Items are shipped by email within approximately 48 hours. The email contains a link to the article.  Before you can access it, you must agree to the terms of use as described below.

  1. I acknowledge that the digital document loaned through the Bibliothèque Louise-Lalonde-Lamarre de Polytechnique, hereinafter referred to as the "Document", is protected by the Copyright Act (R.S.C.). (1985), c. C-42) and I undertake to respect the obligations arising therefrom, in particular to : 

    Not to reproduce more than one (1) hard copy of the Document ;

    Not to communicate the Document to any other person;

  2. I acknowledge that the Document will be available for consultation for a maximum period of 5 business days after the date of its first use.
  3. I agree to use the Document and, if applicable, its paper reproduction (one copy permitted) solely for the purposes of research or private study and acknowledge that any other use may require the authorization of the copyright owner.
  4. I acknowledge that civil and criminal remedies are available in the event of copyright infringement.
  5. I agree to hold Polytechnique, its officers, directors, executives, agents, employees and/or assigns, harmless from and against any recourse, claim, damage, prejudice or loss resulting from my use of the Document that is not in conformity with the present document, the Copyright Act or any other applicable legislation.