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Electronic Application and Delivery of Interlibrary Loans
Consultation open No  +
Creation date 10 November 2011  +
Date for review 31 July 2014  +
Equality Forum Feedback It is clear that this procedure has been carefully thought through. A strong reasonable adjustment has been made which appears to have covered all eventualities.
Faculty or Service Area Libraries And Learning Innovation Services +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 15 August 2013 13:17:32  +
Name of policy owner Helen Loughran +
Please give examples to support your answers, use evidence where necessary and provide a justification or course of action where it is applicable Whilst students with disabilities may bene Whilst students with disabilities may benefit from the service by receiving electronic copies of journal articles which may then be read by screen reader software some may find online application problematic. LLI still provides the opportunity for applications for Interlibrary Loans to be made manually and journal articles to be delivered in print to The Library or to the applicants’ home address. Large print copies of the forms are also available if required and information on the website informs users of the service that staff can help with their completion. that staff can help with their completion.
Please identify which customer groups the policy applies to Staff  +, Students  +
Please identify which of the following protected characteristics are affected more or less by the policy Disability  +
Purpose of the policy being assessed The Interlibrary Loans service provides re The Interlibrary Loans service provides resources which are not held by The Library at Leeds Met in either print or electronic form. Photocopied journal articles, books and conference papers are borrowed via the British Library Document Supply Centre from other libraries throughout the country, some of which will not lend to individual users. Following customer feedback LLI is introducing an online application form for interlibrary loan requests and electronic delivery of journal articles. d electronic delivery of journal articles.
Recommendations 1) LLI to monitor the implementation of this and report back in the review of this impact assessment which is scheduled for the end of the 2012/13 academic year.
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