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East Tennessee State University Goes from Saying “No” to ILL Requests to Saying “Yes” with Get It Now As an interlibrary loan (ILL) librarian at East Tennessee State University (ETSU), Alison DePollo takes great pride in helping faculty and students obtain the journal articles they need, but don’t have subscriptions to. But, like many ILL librarians facing constraints, she has often had to cancel requests for articles when the cost, time or effort to obtain them was too great. As a result, she was intrigued when she heard about an innovative article delivery service while attending an academic conference. Copyright Clearance Center’s Get It Now service, which is tightly integrated into an institution’s search and ILL workflows, complements ILL services by providing library patrons with the immediate fulfillment of full-text articles from unsubscribed journals—24 hours a day, seven days a week. On returning from the conference, DePollo researched Get It Now and was impressed with what she learned about the cost-effective, easy-to-use application that could quickly be integrated into ETSU’s ILL platform. DePollo also found it appealing that there is no implementation fee for the service. Academic institutions incur a charge only if they use the service to make a transaction. “I discussed Get It Now with our electronic resources librarian, and at first he was concerned because we have a limited budget,” recalled DePollo. “His decision to sign up for the service was a ‘no-brainer’ once I told him there was no up-front cost for the service.” DePollo describes the implementation process as “really easy” and says that its tight integration with ILLiad, ETSU’s ILL platform, is “fantastic.” Placing an order for an article through Get It Now is just like placing an order with any other supplier, and using it keeps the order in the same workflow. The service can be configured in two ways: while ETSU opted to deploy the librarian-mediated version, the service is

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