The Claiming, Canceling and Ordering Unit is responsible for all monograph and serial titles. Contact the staff listed below for further information. Here is a list of some of our commonly used vendors.
For monograph claims and cancellations: contact Tamara Redenbaugh at rednebghillinois.edu or call (217)300-4630.
For serial claims: contact Naomi Crow at firstname.lastname@example.org or (217) 333-1054.
For serial cancellations: contact Faraba Parish at email@example.com or call (217) 265-5490.
For orders: contact Beth Trotter at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (217) 244-8368.
The monographic receipt team is responsible for processing all Roman language monographs that
result from firm orders. A firm order is a one-time order for which an individual purchase order
has been issued to a vendor.
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Contact Linda Morris at email@example.com, or call (217) 244-1352 for further information.
The serial receipt team processes approximately 6,000 serials each month. Journals, contins, cat as seps, and analytics are processed and then sent to the appropriate unit.
For information about continuation, contact Mary Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (217) 333-4164 (International contins) or Katie Dorsey at email@example.com or call (217) 333-3829 (domestic contins).
In the Acquisitions Department, our electronic resources librarian reviews new products and approves licenses and contracts. Troubleshooting is done to resolve access problems.
Visit the E-Resources page for more information.
Contact Wendy Shelburne at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (217) 244-2068 for further information.
Approval plans and blanket orders are methods of acquiring library materials whereby a vendor selects material for us based upon a profile provided by the Library. The vendor ships materials to the Library weekly. Any material that the Library does not want can be returned to the vendor. Often, as in the case of the domestic and British approval plans, substantial discounts are offered by the vendor. These profiles are under continuous review. A thorough evaluation of all approval plans was done in FY 2009 when we changed over to YBP as our vendor for all approval books.
Contact Lynn Wiley at email@example.com or call (217) 244-1846 for further information.
The Library has three European Blanket Order plans:
French (Aux Amateur), and
Italian and Spanish (Casalini). The vendors who service these
plans select the best scholarly books on our behalf according to a pre-established subject
profile. We are able to return any
inappropriate selections. Subjects represented by these plans include cinema, economics, European
language and literature, history, linguistics, philosophy, political science, religion, sociology,
Contact Susanne Birgerson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (217) 333-7687 for further information.
Through the Latin American Blanket Order, we receive books published in countries throughout Central and South America including: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Contact Paula Carns at email@example.com or (217) 244-0483 for further information.
The Acquisitions Department processes gift books, serials, and other materials. The Office of Collections has established policies and procedures for working with gifts.
Contact Beth Trotter at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (217) 244-8368 for further information.
The Acquisitions Department puts ownership and call number information on all University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign library materials plus adding security strips to all materials. Approximately 200,000 books, serials, audiovisual materials, maps, and other items are marked each year. Materials are stamped with the library location and a call number affixed to the materials.
Contact Tonya Webb at email@example.com or call (217) 333-0252 further information.
For over 50 years, the Library has supported one of the West's largest and deepest collections on Russia, Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia (now estimated at approximately 800,000 volumes). Each year, materials in dozens of languages from over 30 countries are added to the collection through a combination of approval plans, firm orders, and full-text database subscriptions. Slavic technical services staff order and process materials in all disciplines, with a focus on social sciences and the humanities.
Contact Kit Condill at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (217) 244-2073 for further information.