Search the journal title (NOT the article title) you need in the Clemson Library Catalog.
(Example: You need the article "Emerging Health Benefits from Cocoa and Chocolate," published in the Journal of Medicinal Food. To find out if we have it at Clemson, search Journal of Medicinal Food in the library catalog.)
1. Search the title of the book you need in the Clemson Library Catalog.
2. If you can't find it at the Clemson Libraries, search for the book in the Pascal catalog, request it, and have it delivered within 3 days. (Remember to choose a Pickup Institution that's convenient for you!)
3. If it's not there either, place an InterLibrary Loan request. Create an account, then sign in to place a New Request. (Please note: InterLibrary Loan books must be picked up at Cooper Library or at the University Center in Greenville. You may choose your preferred pick-up location in your InterLibrary account.)
HINT: If you search the WorldCat catalog and find your book there, click the "Request If Not Held By Clemson" button, sign in to your InterLibrary Loan account, and the book request form will automatically be filled out for you!