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Library Resources to Support Online Teaching & Learning

Information about Library Books

Course Readings on eReserve
Journal articles and book chapters can be scanned and posted to our Course Resource Lists platform for the entire class to read. Faculty need to supply us with a copy if not owned by the Libraries.

Scan & Deliver Service

We are able to scan articles and book chapters owned in print located here at Clemson Libraries, but we are asking that everyone log in to their ILLiad account ( to make these request until we can set up the service in the new catalog.

Renew Books Online 
You can also renew your books online - just log into My Library Account. You will see your active loans displayed on the Loans section. Look for the title you need to renew and click renew. 

Returning Materials
Books and media, including PASCAL and Interlibrary Loan materials, may be returned to the Libraries via the book drop on the East (Strode) side of Cooper Library.  

Request Book Delivery

You can request books for delivery using the Clemson Libraries catalog. After you log in, you have two options:

  1. If you can conveniently access a Clemson Library Branch:
    • Click "Request"' and choose the Clemson Libraries branch most convenient to you.
    • You'll receive an email when your book is ready for pickup!
  2. If you cannot conveniently access a Clemson Library Branch, click "Request" and select as your Pickup Location either “Home Address” or “Work Address” under the “Personal Delivery” field.  Then include your mailing address in the comment box.

See our "Request Delivery of Materials" page for more details!

Need a Book that Clemson Doesn't Have?

Try requesting the book through PASCAL Delivers [you can choose a Pickup Institution at various universities across South Carolina, including Greenville] or, if you can't find it there, make an Interlibrary Loan request. Interlibrary loan items can be mailed to faculty/staff and to students enrolled in off-campus education programs by choosing the "Mail To Address" option within your Interlibrary Loan account.