Answered By: Sharon Jasneski
Last Updated: Mar 13, 2017     Views: 270

  • Items in storage appear in PITTCat and PittCat+ with ULS Storage (Use Get-It Service) as the location
  • Pitt students, faculty, staff and special borrowers can obtain stored material by submitting a request through PITTCat
  • Books and other materials requested from storage can be delivered to any University of Pittsburgh library (faculty, you can have books delivered to your Pittsburgh Campus office)
  • Deliveries are made daily, except on weekends or holidays
  • Journal articles are sent via email as PDFs
To place a request:
  1. Search for the item in PITTCat+ and click through to the full record (you'll be redirected to PITTCat Classic)
  2. In PITTCat Classic, click the Get it! link at the top of the page
  3. Enter your University Computing Account (email) username and password and click the Login button
  4. At the bottom of the screen select Get it! from the drop down menu and click OK
  5. Follow the instructions on the request form.  If you are placing an article request, be sure to click SPECIFY AN ISSUE so that the citation information is retained.
  6. Click on the Submit Request button                                                                                                       You can check the status of book requests by looking at the Request Information section of My Library Record.

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