Answered By: Robert Cole Last Updated: Mar 07, 2016 Views: 539
This is the service through which we will post books held in stock and copies of journal articles or book chapters direct to your home or work address. This service is for staff and students of the University.
£3* per loan.
Photocopies will be charged at the rate of 4p per page up to a maximum of £3.00
*If you have a current disability support plan, book loans will be sent free of charge. Photocopies are charged at the same rate as above. You should select the relevant option on the request form and we will process accordingly.
The charge will be added to your library record. Charges for this service are counted as outstanding fines on your record and must not exceed £10.00 in total to ensure that your use of library services is unaffected.
We can accept cheque payment to clear the request charge from your record. Please print the emailed confirmation receipt and send with a cheque made payable to the “University of Liverpool” to the address given below. Please add your cheque guarantee card number to the reverse of the cheque.
Post cheques to:
Book and Copy Delivery Service
Harold Cohen Library
University of Liverpool
Alternatively if you wish to request two or more items we can accept payment by credit or debit card. Please call us on 0151 794 9500.
On submission of the form, you will receive an email confirming we have received your request.
We aim to supply within 24 hours of receipt of your request excluding weekends and University closed days.
Check the Library Catalogue to see whether the item you want is available. Overnight/weekend, 3 and 7 day loans are exempt from the delivery service. Books sent on loan will be issued to your library record.
We can supply articles subject to copyright limits i.e. only one article from the same issue of a journal.
It is your responsibility to return books by the due date or normal overdue charges will apply. The loan period we give includes an allowance for postage time. All loans are subject to recall if required by another reader.