The Research Library Cooperative Program (RLCP) coordinates shared onsite and remote borrowing privileges between participating libraries: the University of California at Berkeley, Stanford University, and the University of Texas at Austin.
Winter Closure December 21, 2016-January 03, 2017
2016 RLCP final shipment schedule: -2:00p.m. Monday, December 19, 2016 shipment sent to UCB of returned and requested loans -10:00a.m.Tuesday, December 20, 2016 final shipment from UCB of Stanford requested materials
December 21, 2016: Final date for Stanford researchers to submit article requests to UC Berkeley RLCP.
Stanford Green Library and University of California Libraries will be open limited hours during winter closure. Return UCB RLCP materials to the Green Library main circulation desk. Request a return receipt. Do not return RLCP loaned volumes to branch libraries or campus bookdrops.
Processing RLCP requests and renewals submitted during winter closure and shipments between Stanford and UC Berkeley will resume on Wednesday, January 4, 2017.
Stanford RLCP and Interlibrary Services wishes everyone a restful winter break.
Borrowing from Stanford
Check your home catalog first. You cannot request materials that are available at your home institution. Find materials to borrow in Stanford's catalog, SearchWorks. The Green Library Information Center (650.725.1064) can also help you locate materials. Be sure to review on-site access and borrowing policies before visiting the libraries of RLCP resource-sharing partners.
UC Berkeley Researchers:
1. Complete a RLCP Borrowing Request Form for each book or photocopy you'd like to request.
2. If an item is checked out, you can send a recall request to email@example.com.
3. Articles will be delivered to you electronically. You will receive email instructions that explain how to download your requests. Books and other hard copy materials will be delivered to your library in about a week.
UT Austin Researchers:
1. Request from Stanford via UT Austin Interlibrary Borrowing.
2. Articles will be delivered to you electronically. You will receive email instructions that explain how to download your requests. Books and other hard copy materials will be delivered to your library in about two weeks.