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Welcome to RichLyn Library

On behalf of the entire library staff I would personally like to welcome you to Huntington University’s RichLyn Library https://www.huntington.edu/library .  Although many of you are not on campus we still desire to assist you just like we assist those who come through our doors.  Although all of us are delighted to help you I am your liaison librarian, Anita Gray agray@huntington.edu .  I prefer to connect by email because I am able to assist you fairly quickly  with an answer to your question (including evenings and weekends).  If your question needs more than a quick email we can connect through Adobe Connect. I am able to share my computer screen with you as we talk so I can demonstrate how to access what you need.

This guide will direct you to our online catalog, various databases and periodicals, as well as other useful information.  If you are not sure where to start, why your search is not yielding the results you need or want, or if you are wondering how you can get hold of certain items please contact me. I am always delighted to help.

InterLibrary Loan Article Requests

RichLyn Catalog

The Library Discovery System will help searchers:

  • Find books and other resources located in the library
  • Find articles that relate to their topic
  • Allow access to materials online
  • Show the researcher materials that can be requested on Inter Library Loan

How to Effectively Search the Online Catalog

Please use this document to help search the Huntington University, RichLyn Library Online Catalog.

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is available for Online students with some restrictions.

Journal articles: All articles requested will be sent as an efile to your Huntington email address. You need to plan in advance (at least a week) if you wish to request an ILL, we need to give the loaning libraries time to process your request after we get it to them.

Books & media: You can request books and media from other libraries through Huntington University's RichLyn Library.  However, the materials will be sent to RichLyn Library and forwarded to you. You will then need to pay to ship them back to RichLyn in a timely manner for us to return them to the loaning library. It may be much better and timely for you if you check with your local library to determine if the material is available near you.  IF YOU WOULD LIKE HELP determining the location of materials please do not hesitate to contact your HU librarians.

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