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Law Review Cite Check

Help! Regent Doesn't Have It--What Now?

If you have checked the Online Catalog and all relevant databases and have come to the conclusion that Regent does not have the item you need, your next step is to check OCLC's FirstSearch WorldCat.

WorldCat is a "Union Catalog" which combines holdings information from most large libraries around the world.  It provides detailed information on library holdings and is a vital part of the interlibrary loan process!


Quick Summary of How to Use WorldCat

Step-by-step info on how to search WorldCat is provided below.  BUT here's the summary:

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Step 1:  Locate WorldCat :-)


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ILL--InterLibrary Loan

If the item you need is not available at Regent or through a LOCAL member of the Tidewater Consortium, you may submit an ILL Request