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The Scan & Deliver service delivers digital copies of journal articles and book chapters to you within three business days of your request (provided they are available in print on the UM Libraries' shelves.)
In the event that an article or chapter you request is not available on campus, Scan & Deliver will automatically refer the request to:
Interlibrary Loan: for materials (books and journal articles) not owned by the UM LIbraries offered to all UM College Park faculty, staff, and students.
LEAD [Leadership Education and Development Program] is an interdisciplinary program for Navy and Marine Corps officers. The program has classes in three academic programs at the University of Maryland: the Department of Counseling and Personnel Services (EDCP), the program in Industrial and Organizational Psychology in the Department of Psychology and the program in Military Sociology in the Department of Sociology.
Nonprint Media Services provides access to information in most film and video formats, including more than 800 hours of video-on-demand programming to the campus through the Films@UM digital research collection. You can search the catalog for videos and other nonprint resources.
To suggest a video, film or DVD not held by the UM Libraries, complete the Materials Request Form.
If after checking the catalog, you discover that the UM Libraries does not have a particular book you are looking for, please visit Suggestion of a Title for Purchase to recommend the title.