This service is also for you, if you require materials for your research that are not in our databases and libraries, you can request them as indicated below.
Remember to indicate your researcher status and details of your research work in the form.
Remember that the number of loans at the same institution or university is limited to 6 resources for the entire UPAEP community, so we recommend that you apply only for that which you really need. (see institutions with PIB agreement)
The loan of printed books is limited to the geographic area of our campuses, so it will only be applicable to the institutions with which we have an agreement within the city of Puebla and Tehuacan.
See the section Policies and Standards for more information.
You will receive an e-mail response from our librarian.
Pick up the material at the destination library when instructed to do so, or
Check your email to access the requested electronic resource
and want to request an item from our libraries
Before starting the request, please make sure that your institution or university has an interlibrary loan agreement with us, otherwise, your institution may contact us to establish an interlibrary loan agreement.
Each institution has a limit of 6 consecutive physical books, which must be distributed among its interested users, so you should check with your library about the number of available loans.
Check your library's requirements for this procedure.
Pick up the resource at our library when prompted, or
Check your email for access to the requested electronic resource
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is a complementary service, whose mission is to support the management of physical and digital materials by obtaining relevant academic information from various institutions that we do not have in our library, in the same way our library participates with the institutions that have collaborative alliances and require our support.
Through the ILL, users are allowed to take home bibliographic materials belonging to other libraries that are not in their own institution. For this purpose, an interlibrary loan agreement must be established, which implies reciprocity, whereby the requesting library will lend the different materials from its collection to the community of that institution or institutions that require it.