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Economics 154: Uncertainty Methods in Economics and Finance: Interlibrary Loan

Libraries in the Boston Library Consortium

Anyone student can get a Boston Library Consortium card from the Circulation Desk of Tisch Library.  Check out the libraries' individual websites for more information.

It will allow you to check books out from any of these libraries.  HELPFUL HINT: if you are running out of time and don't have time to request it from Interlibrary Loan, you can go there and check it out!

Please note: The Boston Public Library is no longer a member but all full-time students can get a BPL card.

Libraries within the Boston area:

Boston College Library

Boston University Library  

Brandeis University Library

Massachusetts Institution of Technology Libraries

Northeastern University Library 

State Library of Massachusetts

University of Massachusetts Boston Library 

Wellesley College Library

Libraries within Massachusetts:


University of Massachusetts Amherst Library 

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Library 

University of Massachusetts Lowell Library 

UMass Medical Center Library (Worcester)

Williams College Library 

Libraries in other states:

University of Connecticut Libraries

University of New Hampshire Library 

University of Rhode Island Libraries

Find It @ Tufts and Elsewhere

Not only will the Find IT @ Tufts button help you find what we own it will also help you order your article from another library from Interlibrary loan (ILLiad).  

Search WorldCat for books not at Tufts

Remember to search WoldCat if you want to find out what other libraries may have your book.  This is especially valuable when you might be working on an obscure topic and want to find out how readily available it is.  This also works for titles of journals. 

You can also use WorldCat to verify the existence of a book or get the full bibliographic information (author, title, publisher, date).

You can also use it to just put the books you want to use for your paper in your RefWorks account.