Remote loans

Get a document from another Rennes 1 library!

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  1. Remote loan
  2. Your library account: request and track your remote loans

Remote loan

The remote loan service is free of charge and allows you to have documents from other University of Rennes 1 libraries delivered to the university library of your choice.
Remote loan is not possible for documents belonging to the libraries of CEDRE, CEU de Saint-Brieuc, Science-Po Rennes, CHD, IPAG, IRMAR and OSUR.

You can submit a remote loan request via the search results list in Supernova, catalogue and collection search tool.
Just log in to your library account and click on « réservation/prêt nomade [Remote loans and reservation]. You can choose the library where the document will be available.

Documents requested by the way of the  remote loan service are available within 36 hours minimum.
The turnaround time may be longer depending on the courier’s circuit and the availability of the requested document.
You are notified by email of the arrival of the document at your selected library reception desk.

Tip: submit your request before 8 am  to reduce processing the turnaround time.

 

You can track your remote loan requests in your library account.

The remote loan service concerns all library items except :

 

Your library account: request and track your remote loans

To log in your library account:

  • User number = your Sesame ID
  • Password = your usual Rennes 1 password

Your remote loan requests are listed in your library account. You can see:

  • your “current” remote loans: your request has been acknowledged but the document is not yet available.

    You are notified by email as soon as the document is available. Click on the “Réservation / prêt nomade [ReservationbRemote loan]” link to see your position on the waiting list for each current request.

  • your “available” remote loan: the document you requested is waiting for you.

    Click on the “Réservation / prêt nomade [Reservation/Remote loan]” link to check which library has the available document.