Answered By: APUS Librarians Last Updated: Jun 05, 2023 Views: 13574
1. Ask the APUS librarians to help you find similar books that are available online in our library. Research is what we do best!
2. If you live near another library, search WorldCat (https://www.worldcat.org/) for the book. Enter your zip code to see a list of libraries near you that have a copy.
- Borrowing policies will vary from library to library, but most will allow you to visit to read or make copies. Contact each library to find out about its policies.
- If you hold a library card at a nearby library, ask the librarians there about interlibrary loan services.
3. Check these free websites to see if the book is available for free viewing online (signing up for free or guest account may be required):
4. Submit an interlibrary loan (ILL) request through the APUS library. We can attempt to borrow the book from another library on your behalf.
- Click here for the ILL book request form.
- Read more about our ILL service on the library's interlibrary loan page.
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