Request Articles & Books
MOBIUS - Missouri Bibliographic Information User System
MOBIUS is a consortium of over 60 college, university and public libraries in the state of Missouri. The network provides Internet access to the online catalogs of each of the libraries. This online catalog contains over 20 million items held by the libraries. Through MOBIUS, Logan students, faculty and staff can borrow books, directly or online, from any of the participating libraries. A statewide courier service picks up and delivers requested books five days a week, insuring prompt service. This is a free program. Welcome to MOBIUS (PDF).
Interlibrary Loan (ILL)
Additionally, but separate from MOBIUS, an efficient interlibrary loan program offers Logan patrons access to books, within and beyond Missouri libraries, and photocopies of articles that are not available in the Logan collection. Request forms are available at the Circulation desk or may be submitted online below.
Journal Article Request Form (Online) - Students
Book Request Form (Online) - Students
Journal Article & Book Request Form (PDF) -- Students
Faculty, Staff & Administration
Journal Article Request Form (Online) - Faculty, Staff & Administration
Book Request Form (Online) - Faculty, Staff & Administration
Journal Article & Book Request Form (PDF) -- Faculty, Staff & Administration
Alumni, Field Doctors & Other Patrons
Please see our Resources for Alumni & Field Doctors page for details on requesting journal articles. Please contact your local library to request books.
Purchase Recommendation of Library Materials
The Library welcomes suggestions for the acquisition of materials, which support the mission of Logan College of Chiropractic / University Programs and the Learning Resources Center. Depending on the nature of the request, purchase suggestions may be reviewed by the LRC Review Committee in light of the library’s collection development policies and budget allowance. You will receive a follow up regarding the status of your request by email from the LRC Director.
Before submitting a request, please check the library's catalog to determine whether the material you want is already owned by the library.
Purchase Recommendation Form (Online)
Purchase Recommendation Form (PDF)
You may submit your request in person or email it to Chabha Tepe, LRC Director.
Updated 08 Nov 2012