MSOE Library Access during Safer at Home: The physical library space is closed until further notice. Online library resources will continue to be available and MSOE librarians will be providing remote support. For more information view the Virtual Library Guide.
Off-Campus Access Alert: You may encounter an error when accessing library databases with Google Chrome. If you encounter an error, please try clearing the browser's cache or try accessing the resource using another browser, such as Firefox or Internet Explorer. For more information view the Off-Campus Access Guide.
At the Walter Schroeder Library, we make every effort to provide you with access to the information you need. If we do not own what you are looking for, the following services are set up to accommodate your needs.
Interlibrary Loan is a service that allows us to obtain materials that you need from other libraries. We have an online system called Clio for managing ILL requests. Use Clio to:
Log into Clio to request ILL materials.
Patrons can expect books and other loaned materials to arrive in approximately 5 to 7 business days. Articles and content that can be delivered electronically generally arrives after 3 to 5 business days. Some requests may take longer. Please remember to plan ahead as it may take time to obtain the material.
We will contact you if there is a delay with a request, or if we are unable to obtain a requested item.
Please do not use Clio to request codes and standards, instead please fill out a Code and Standard Request Form.
For more information on Interlibrary Loan, please read the Interlibrary Loan Policy.
InfoPass allows you obtain materials directly from other Milwaukee area libraries. In order to borrow materials from other local libraries, you must request an InfoPass from a librarian. The following rules apply:
MSOE has a cooperative lending program with the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) Libraries. With a valid MSOE ID, you are able to get a special borrower’s card from MCW that allows you to check out books from their general collection. In exchange for this privilege, we allow faculty, students and staff from MCW access to our collection.