Document Supply Services
|SLUB Dresden||Heidelberg University Library|
Titles from the library stock of SLUB Dresden can be obtained via national and international interlibrary loan. If essays from magazines or individual chapters of books from the SLUB FID stock are urgently required without utilizing interlibrary loan, please contact the Dresden arthistoricum.net team by email:
Die FID-Dokumentenlieferungen der SLUB Dresden werden derzeit reorganisiert.
Apart from the possibility of interlibrary loan, an order of the Heidelberg FID stock can be placed via the Heidelberg OPAC HEIDI or via searching and ordering using Subito. Within the framework of this document supply service, Heidelberg University Library delivers directly to your home, if you have an address within Germany, Switzerland, Austria or Liechtenstein. To make use of this offer, first register with Subito.
Essays, as well as books published after 1900, are available for order. Materials which are usually solely available within the confines of the library - due to their format, their condition or their value - can only be provided via the conventional interlibrary loan for use within the reading rooms of your university or communal library.
The document supply service Subito is liable to charges. By placing an order the customer agrees to cost coverage, according to the current pricing table and to compliance with relevant copyright law.
For further questions concerning Subito, please contact
UB Heidelberg, Daniela Zeh,
Kunst- und Museumsbibliothek der Stadt Köln
The Cologne Kunst- und Museumsbibliothek has been offering its own document supply service since April 2015. Individual essays, papers and other parts of titles can be ordered directly via the online catalogue and will then be sent to the user either electronically or by post.
Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, Munich
The library of the ZI offers the possibility to electronically order essays and chapters of magazines and books of their stock in connection with a search in kubikat. This offer is fee-based.