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History: Books from other Libraries

E-Z Borrow

Request books from over 50 partner academic libraries by searching all of their catalogs simultaneously.

 
Patron ID#:     EZ Borrow

 

  1. Enter ID# found on the front of your La Salle ID into the field above.
  2. Search for the book you're looking for.
  3. In the results page, click on the book you want.
  4. In the book record, look for the request option.
  5. Click Request.

After you click Request, you should see a message that says "Your request has been submitted to E-ZBorrow."

When the item is available for pickup, you'll receive an email letting you know.

Google Books

Here is a way to search inside books.  In some cases you can read the full text of the book online, but in most cases you must get the book in a library.  You can click on the Find in Library link to see if La Salle University owns the book.  If we don't have it,  use EZ Borrow

Google Book Search

WorldCat

WorldCat contains all the records cataloged by OCLC member libraries. Records represent 400 languages and materials in many different formats including books, manuscripts, websites and internet resources, maps, computer programs, musical scores, films and slides, newspapers, journals and magazines, sound recordings, articles, chapters, papers, and videorecordings. The database contains tens of millions of records for resources dating from before 1000 BC to the present.  It is the largest union catalog of library holdings in existence

The best way to obtain material found in WorldCat is by using EZBorrow.

If book cannot be found in Pennsylvania we can obtain it on ILL.