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Get This will pull books from the University Libraries for you to pick up!
After finding an item in the U-M Library Catalog Search that is available at one of the 27 University Libraries, you can select "Get This" from the record to have the item pulled and held for pick-up. If it is located at a distant campus library, you can also have the book delivered to the Hatcher Graduate Library which is across the street.
Set Up a Journal Proxy Account
Troubleshooting a Journal Friend Account
When you have finished using an item, you can return it to the Hatcher Graduate Library Circulation Desk, regardless of which campus library it is from.
* The Law Library cannot be held responsible for overdue or lost books. Mind the due dates for items borrowed from the University Library system.
If requesting an item from the University Library that is ELECTRONIC, this is the one time when you will need to use your personal UM library account.
Because the Journal "friend" account is not linked to a specific person, it cannot access electronic resources.
Requesting Scans from the University Library
Use the Journal Proxy Account to request scans of materials in the University Library. Log into the account in the top left of the Library webpage.
Chrome browsers tend to be faulty in the U-M Library Interlibrary Loan system. If you get an error message, try using a different browser to login to the account.
With a proxy card, you can request books from the University Library branches using this form.
Journal staff should always check out books with the proxy card. Do not use your personal account to check out books.