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Library Privileges after Separation
Retired staff living in Illinois can be issued an iCard and may borrow print materials (University of Illinois and I-Share items). See the link for details.
Any Illinois resident may apply for a courtesy card to borrow materials from the University of Illinois Library.
Online resource access
Off-campus access to online resources is limited to current students, faculty, staff, affiliates with official appointments, and Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) members. Learn more about library privileges for OLLI members here
ISWS Library Loans
Do you have materials on loan from the former ISWS Library? If so, please contact Susan Braxton before leaving ISWS.
University Library Loans
Please check your University Library account and be sure you have returned any materials you have borrowed before leaving the University. Your account can be viewed in VuFind or Voyager Classic. The same information is available in both systems.
Sign in with your NetID and password to see what you have checked out from the University Library and I-Share
If you don't have a VuFind account or can't remember your username or password, you can log in here with the borrower ID from your iCard (14 digits, begins with 20111...)
Seeking Missing ISWS Publications
The University Library has a near complete set of ISWS publications, and ISWS has almost every publication available full text on the website. However, there are a few items that were not digitized and for which we have no paper copy. If you have copies of items on our list (see below), please contact Susan Braxton.
- ISWS Contract Report 331:
Nogel and Luckman . A Computer-Based Information Delivery System for IPM.
Preserving Your Records and Data
Correspondence, records, and other content in your office should be evaluated before you leave. Within ISWS, the Water Resources Data and Information Section is charged with inventorying ISWS data resources. The University Archives may be interested in records pertaining to your research and professional activities.
These local organizations will accept book donations, but state regulations prohibit donation of state property: