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SUSS It Out!

Document Delivery Service for the entire SUSS community

by Debra L'Angellier on 2022-09-26T00:00:00+08:00 | Comments

SUSS Library is excited to inform you that the Document Delivery Service (DDS) is now open to the entire SUSS community.

From 26 September 2022, all undergraduate students will be able to use DDS. The service was launched to the faculty, associates, and staff on 11 March 2022 and all postgraduate students on 21 June 2022. 

DDS will allow you to request eligible e-resources held at the local Autonomous Universities’ Libraries as well as participating libraries around the world—some 570 libraries in total.

You will be able to request:

  • 10% or less of the total number of pages of a book; or
  • one chapter of a book; or
  • an article from an issue of a journal.

For your personal, non-commercial, academic, research, or educational purposes (Terms).

Click on Document Request on Library Search (search.library.suss.edu.sg) to submit a request (sign in to your SUSS Library account when prompted):

You can also send a request directly from your search results if the full-text article or chapter is not available in SUSS Library, e.g., if you had checked “Expand My Results” or clicked on a “Related reading”. You can also watch this video to learn how to send a request.  

Please allow up to 3 working days for your request to be fulfilled. You will receive a personalised, authenticated link via email and you will have 30 days and 3 chances to download the resource.

Should you require any assistance or clarification, please do not hesitate to Ask The Library at ask@suss.libanswers.com. Thank you.


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