What is ArticleReach Direct?
ArticleReach Direct is an international consortium of academic and public libraries. Members have created a combined catalog of their journal collections. Tulsa City-County Library card holders may request articles from other member libraries by requesting them online with the ArticleReach Direct Request Form. You will be notified by email when the article is available; you must have an email address on file with the library to use this service.
How do I know if the library has my email address on file?
Once logged in, click on the dropdown menu in the upper right hand corner of the page and select My Settings. Under Account Information, select Email Address. If your current email address is present in the email address box, then the library has your email on file. If the email address box is blank, type in your email, and click Save Changes.
How long will it take to get my article?
Average delivery time is a couple of days.
How long do I have access to the requested article?
The link within the notification email will stay active for 30 days. Within the 30 days, you will be able to access the article electronically, save it to a storage device and print it.
How do I get articles from ArticleReach Direct?
- Identify an article that you want to request. Record as much information as possible about the article, including article title, journal title, date of publication, page numbers, ISSN.
- Click the ArticleReach Direct Request Form link found on the Borrow from Outside TCCL webpage.
- On the next screen, enter your first and last name, and your complete library card number, click Submit.
- Fill out the article request form with all available information about the article and click Submit. (Requests with minimal information may not be filled.)
- You will be notified by email when the article is available. A link within the email will provide access to the article. If no library can fill the request, you will be notified by email that the request was cancelled and a reason will be included in the message.