Answered By: Marissa C. Ball
Last Updated: Sep 18, 2020     Views: 1048

Interlibrary Loan & Faculty Document Delivery.


ILLiad is the online ordering and management services system used for Interlibrary Loan, Intercampus Loan, and Faculty Document Delivery.

With ILLiad, you can:

  • View and track your ILL request records in a web environment with a page devoted to your account;
  • Request materials 24 hours a day from a computer or device with Internet access;
  • Operate in a paperless environment, thus saving paper and natural resources;
  • View the progress of your requests at each stage of the process -- no need to email or phone the ILL Office for status updates;
  • Rely upon automatic email messages from ILLiad to keep you instantly informed about the results of your ILL requests;
  • View checked out items and request renewals online;
  • Access your account 24 hours a day, and change your personal information and password records instantly;
  • View current and past requests, including complete bibliographic citations and tracking data;
  • Attach an unlimited number of notes to each request; and,
  • Track all ILL requests in a single, simple interface.

Behind the scenes, ILLiad will:

  • Forward requests you've made via Find it @FIU into ILLiad automatically;
  • Accept blank form requests for book loans and photocopies into ILLiad automatically for citations not automatically transferred from an online database;
  • Notify you automatically when a book you had requested has arrived and is ready to be picked up;
  • Retain all past interlibrary loan requests for your information; and,
  • Provide a secure access environment, assuring that your information is held in confidence.

To begin using ILLiad:

  • Register to use ILLiad -- Please allow 1 business day for your registration to be confirmed and activated.
  • Use your FIU Email Account, required for all patrons except alumni, corporate borrowers, or SUL patrons.



Need to contact FIU Libraries Interlibrary Loan?
Green Library, MMC    305-348-4054    
Hubert Library, BBC    305-919-5715    


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