Answered By: Kathleen Donovan
Last Updated: Aug 09, 2018     Views: 275

Scan & Deliver is a free, electronic document delivery service that enables Harvard students, faculty, staff, summer school students, and special borrowers with access to Harvard University Library’s electronic resources to request and obtain copies of book chapters or journal articles from the library collections.

Place your request by going to the HOLLIS record for the book or journal containing what you need. Check for a "Scan & Deliver" link in the Get It "Options" section of the full record. PDFs of scanned material are delivered by email in 1 - 4 business days. The libraries will fill two requests per person/per business day. Requests are filled in the order in which they are received, and there are no rush orders.

More information about Harvard's Scan & Deliver service.

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