If Reeves Library doesn't have access to the book or article you need, we can get it for you! Items usually arrive in less than a week and often, much sooner. This service is available for students, faculty, and staff of Moravian University and Moravian Theological Seminary only.
Before entering your information into the online form, first search the library collection to be sure that Reeves does not already have access to the article or book you are requesting. You will receive an email when the item arrives.
- After you enter your search terms, and request your title from the search results, you will need to log in to process your request.
- You will need to select "Moravian" from the drop-down menu, and then the 14 digit number on your photo id card that begins with 2305900...
- The book loan period for books ordered via E-ZBorrow is 45 days.
- E-ZBorrow books cannot be renewed.
If you cannot get the book through E-ZBorrow, request a book via the library catalog. Make sure you change the search to search libraries worldwide. The book loan period for books ordered via WorldCat is usually 3-4 weeks depending on the lending library's policy.
If you have any questions, call the circulation desk at (610) 861-1544 or ILL (610) 861-1679 between 8AM and 4PM Monday - Friday.
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