Answered By: Greg Szczyrbak
Last Updated: Sep 13, 2016     Views: 136

To Get to Request It for an Article...

From Within Library Search or other EBSCO Host database

  • When you find a title without a direct link to a full-text document (usually either a pdf or html file), you will see a green squirrel icon with the words Request It.Small Green squirrel
    • Click on Request It.

    • If you are arriving at Request It in this way, the online item request form will be completed by the system, and all you need to do is click on submit request.

From the Millersville University Library's home page

    • At the bottom center of the library's home page, you will see a bluish tab labeled Tools and Services.

    • Below this label, you will see a link to Request It and E-ZBorrow.  Click on this link.


      Library Home Page with Request It Marked

    • Click on the Request It link with the green squirrel.  Small Green Squirrel

    • When you arrive at Request It in this way, you will have to complete the online item request form manually.

    • This means you will need citation (identification) information for the item you are requesting.


    • If you need more help with completing the Request It form, please use the Ask a Librarian link for additional assistance.