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Criminal Justice: Inter-Library Loan

System of law enforcement, the bar, judiciary, corrections, & probation that is directly involved in the apprehension, prosecution, defense, sentencing, incarceration, & supervision of those suspected of or charged with criminal offenses. Credo Reference

ILLiad

PML doesn't have a copy? Article isn't available in full text? UTM students and faculty can ask the Interlibrary Loan department to find it for you. Remember to leave enough lead time!

If you are a UTM student who does not take classes in Martin you may use  the ILLiad system to get books from the Paul Meek Library.  Please remember to specify at what site you are enrolled.

Eligibility Guidelines for Off-Campus Delivery Services

Library users requesting materials be delivered off-site must meet criteria similar to on-campus users:

  • Students must be enrolled in a UTM distance-education degree program or credit course; this includes those in concurrent-enrollment programs.
  • Faculty can request services for UTM distance education courses, curriculum, or education-related research, including emeritus faculty.
  • Staff can use services for the education-related activities of their Continuing Education/Extension Center.
  • On-campus instructors can request services for designing and teaching distance education classes and integrating library services into the curriculum.

Off-campus courses are defined as those taught at a site more than 30 miles from Martin. Individuals must be attending/teaching classes via:

  • UTM's Continuing Education & Extension Centers.
  • New College and Internet-delivered classes.
  • Independent Studies.
  • Distance education degree or credit programs delivered by UTM colleges and departments.
This service is not available to:
  • UTM students attending classes on the Martin campus (including Evening School).
  • UTM faculty teaching on the Martin campus (including Evening School).
  • UTM facuty or students who reside within 30 miles of the UTM campus.
  • Individuals not affiliated with UTM as faculty or students.