Answered By: Andy Quek Last Updated: Jun 11, 2015 Views: 2354
If an article/paper in a journal/book/conference proceeding you need is not available in NUS Library’s collection, the Document Delivery Service (DDS) will obtain it for you.
This is a service we provide to academic and research staff as well as to the graduate, honours and final year students to support the teaching and research programmes of the University.
Fill in the online form with details of the item you are requesting. Source of citation refers to where you found the article, it could be from another database (name it), from a friend/supervisor/collegues or a reference at the end of another paper (name title of paper or book).
For more details, please see http://libportal.nus.edu.sg/frontend/web/document-delivery-service-dds.
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