Use OneSearch to find print and online books, articles, and other types of sources. Limit your results to the types of sources you want by choosing the appropriate items from the filtering options.
For more search options go to Advanced Search.
For do-it-yourself help, watch the OneSearch introduction video:
Interlibrary loan is a service provided by Luria Library. With interlibrary loan, SBCC students, staff, and faculty can borrow a book or article from another library if that item is not available through Luria Library. This service is free, but you are limited to 20 requests per academic year. The final day to request materials is the Friday two weeks before the end of the semester.
Average turnaround time to receive requested materials from interlibrary loan can take 1-2 weeks – interlibrary loans for books usually take longer than articles. Please plan accordingly.
For returnable items, such as books, there is a $1.00 per day charge for late items, up to a total of $24.00. This fee is in addition to any fees charged by the lending library.
Santa Barbara City College students may use the facilities at UCSB, but will need to purchase a card ($100/year). See UCSB policy.
Contract certificated staff at SBCC may request a library card from UCSB at their checkout desk by presenting valid identification. You may borrow books for three weeks with unlimited renewals if no other requests exist for the title.
Use OneSearch to search for the book or article you are interested in. If the Luria Library does not have the item, follow the steps on the Interlibrary Loan Instructions to see how to request the item through interlibrary loan.
If after following the steps on the Interlibrary Loan Instructions you are unable to locate the item and the request link in OneSearch, you may fill out the Interlibrary Loan Request Form to submit a request manually.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the document below to save or print instructions for requesting materials from other libraries through interlibrary loan: