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Use the [http://nexpress.iii.com/ NExpress catalog] (by clicking on the NExpress logo displayed in MIDCAT)   [http://go.middlebury.edu/nexpress [[Image:NExpress Logo.gif|Link to NExpress]]] to order items not currently available at Middlebury. Items ordered from NExpress should arrive in 3-4 days. You will also be able to renew your NExpress materials three times, a service currently unavailable for traditional ILL material. If not available in NExpress, loan requests will need to be ordered through the ILLiad system.  
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Use the [http://nexpress.iii.com/ NExpress catalog] (by clicking on the NExpress logo displayed in MIDCAT)   [http://go.middlebury.edu/nexpress [[Image:NExpress Logo.gif|Link to NExpress]]] to order items not currently available at Middlebury. Items ordered from NExpress should arrive in 3-4 days. You will also be able to renew your NExpress materials three times, a service currently unavailable for traditional ILL material. If not available in NExpress, loan requests will need to be ordered through the ILLiad system.
  
As of June 2010, NExpress will provide loan materials only. All articles must be submitted to ILLiad. We are now using RapidILL within ILLiad as an alternative to NExpress for articles. Requests must have an ISSN in order to be processed by RapidILL. Including the ISSN when submitting an article request in ILLiad increases our ability to process the request quickly.  
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As of June 2010, NExpress will provide loan materials only. All articles must be submitted to ILLiad. We are now using RapidILL within ILLiad as an alternative to NExpress for articles. Requests must have an ISSN in order to be processed by RapidILL. Including the ISSN when submitting an article request in ILLiad increases our ability to process the request quickly.
  
<br>'''What is NExpress?'''  
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Note: NExpress cannot provide access to ebooks or to other libraries' electronic databases.
  
NExpress is a consortium of libraries in New England: Bates College, Bowdoin College, Colby College, Middlebury College, Northeastern University, Wellesley College, and Williams College.
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'''What is NExpress?'''
  
Our libraries have created a combined catalog of our collections. Authorized users may borrow other member libraries' materials by requesting them online in the NExpress Catalog and have them delivered to Middlebury for pickup. You may also use your Middlebury ID to check out items directly from any of the NExpress Libraries.<br>  
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NExpress is a consortium of libraries in New England: Bates College, Bowdoin College, Colby College, Middlebury College, Northeastern University, Wellesley College, and Williams College.
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Our libraries have created a combined catalog of our collections. Authorized users may borrow other member libraries' materials by requesting them online in the NExpress Catalog and have them delivered to Middlebury for pickup. You may also use your Middlebury ID to check out items directly from any of the NExpress Libraries.<br>
  
 
==== How to Request a Loan from NExpress  ====
 
==== How to Request a Loan from NExpress  ====
  
From your Midcat search results, clicking on the NExpress icon [http://nexpress.iii.com/ [[Image:NExpress Logo.gif|Link=http://nexpress.iii.com/]]] repeats your Midcat search in the NExpress multi-library catalog.  
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From your Midcat search results, clicking on the NExpress icon [http://nexpress.iii.com/ [[Image:NExpress Logo.gif|Link=http://nexpress.iii.com/]]] repeats your Midcat search in the NExpress multi-library catalog.
  
When you locate an item you would like to borrow:  
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When you locate an item you would like to borrow:
  
*Click on the "Request this item" link.  
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*Click on the "Request this item" link.
*Identify yourself as a Middlebury patron in the drop-down menu.  
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*Identify yourself as a Middlebury patron in the drop-down menu.
*Enter your name and ID number.  
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*Enter your name and ID number.
*Click the "Submit" button.  
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*Click the "Submit" button.
*Watch for the notice indicating that your request has been submitted successfully.  
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*Watch for the notice indicating that your request has been submitted successfully.
*Check the status of your request at anytime using My MidCat. go/mymidcat  
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*Check the status of your request at anytime using My MidCat. go/mymidcat
 
*NExpress requests must be picked up in person at the Davis Family Library (during the summer, Davison Library at Bread Loaf is also a valid pickup location). &nbsp;
 
*NExpress requests must be picked up in person at the Davis Family Library (during the summer, Davison Library at Bread Loaf is also a valid pickup location). &nbsp;
  
While items available at Middlebury cannot be ordered in NExpress, placing a NExpress request for missing or checked out books can be very effective.&nbsp; '''An item ordered through NExpress will often arrive before a recalled Middlebury book'''.  
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While items available at Middlebury cannot be ordered in NExpress, placing a NExpress request for missing or checked out books can be very effective.&nbsp; '''An item ordered through NExpress will often arrive before a recalled Middlebury book'''.
  
If a Middlebury book is missing please notify [mailto:library_circulation@middlebury.edu Circulation staff] and request it be marked missing in MIDCAT.&nbsp; You will then be able to order the item from NExpress.<br>  
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If a Middlebury book is missing please notify [mailto:library_circulation@middlebury.edu Circulation staff] and request it be marked missing in MIDCAT.&nbsp; You will then be able to order the item from NExpress.<br>
  
Loan requests unfilled by NExpress will be cancelled automatically.&nbsp; If you still need the material and you can wait for ILL delivery, please create a new Interlibrary Loan request for the item in ILLiad.  
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Loan requests unfilled by NExpress will be cancelled automatically.&nbsp; If you still need the material and you can wait for ILL delivery, please create a new Interlibrary Loan request for the item in ILLiad.
  
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==== Check the Status of your NExpress request  ====
 
==== Check the Status of your NExpress request  ====
  
To determine the status of your NExpress request login to [http://go.middlebury.edu/mymidcat My MIDCAT].  
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To determine the status of your NExpress request login to [http://go.middlebury.edu/mymidcat My MIDCAT].
  
 
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Revision as of 15:17, 17 April 2012

Use the NExpress catalog (by clicking on the NExpress logo displayed in MIDCAT)   Link to NExpress to order items not currently available at Middlebury. Items ordered from NExpress should arrive in 3-4 days. You will also be able to renew your NExpress materials three times, a service currently unavailable for traditional ILL material. If not available in NExpress, loan requests will need to be ordered through the ILLiad system.

As of June 2010, NExpress will provide loan materials only. All articles must be submitted to ILLiad. We are now using RapidILL within ILLiad as an alternative to NExpress for articles. Requests must have an ISSN in order to be processed by RapidILL. Including the ISSN when submitting an article request in ILLiad increases our ability to process the request quickly.

Note: NExpress cannot provide access to ebooks or to other libraries' electronic databases.

What is NExpress?

NExpress is a consortium of libraries in New England: Bates College, Bowdoin College, Colby College, Middlebury College, Northeastern University, Wellesley College, and Williams College.

Our libraries have created a combined catalog of our collections. Authorized users may borrow other member libraries' materials by requesting them online in the NExpress Catalog and have them delivered to Middlebury for pickup. You may also use your Middlebury ID to check out items directly from any of the NExpress Libraries.

How to Request a Loan from NExpress

From your Midcat search results, clicking on the NExpress icon Link=http://nexpress.iii.com/ repeats your Midcat search in the NExpress multi-library catalog.

When you locate an item you would like to borrow:

  • Click on the "Request this item" link.
  • Identify yourself as a Middlebury patron in the drop-down menu.
  • Enter your name and ID number.
  • Click the "Submit" button.
  • Watch for the notice indicating that your request has been submitted successfully.
  • Check the status of your request at anytime using My MidCat. go/mymidcat
  • NExpress requests must be picked up in person at the Davis Family Library (during the summer, Davison Library at Bread Loaf is also a valid pickup location).  

While items available at Middlebury cannot be ordered in NExpress, placing a NExpress request for missing or checked out books can be very effective.  An item ordered through NExpress will often arrive before a recalled Middlebury book.

If a Middlebury book is missing please notify Circulation staff and request it be marked missing in MIDCAT.  You will then be able to order the item from NExpress.

Loan requests unfilled by NExpress will be cancelled automatically.  If you still need the material and you can wait for ILL delivery, please create a new Interlibrary Loan request for the item in ILLiad.


Check the Status of your NExpress request

To determine the status of your NExpress request login to My MIDCAT.