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  • Library Incident Reporting Form »

    If you experience or witness harassment, discrimination, or otherwise hurtful behavior in the Libraries, we encourage you to approach a library staff member or complete this incident report form. You may submit this form anonymously.

  • Potentially Harmful Language in Library Descriptions »

    Please contact us if you encounter problematic language on our website. We will review the language and, as appropriate, update it in a way that balances preservation of the original context with our ongoing commitment to describing materials with respectful and inclusive language.

  • Interlibrary Requests »

    Request books and articles from a library other than Duke (available to all Duke users) or for delivery from one Duke library to another Duke library location (available to faculty and graduate students only).

  • Suggest a Purchase »

    Submit suggestions for library purchases.

  • Library Webmaster Contact Form »

    Report problems or concerns regarding the Duke University Libraries website.

  • Obtain Library authorizations »

    (for departmental staff)

    Submit student NetIDs for Library systems authorizations (requires NetID login).

  • Off-Site Request Form »

    (for guests without net IDs or library cards)

    Those with net IDs or library card numbers should request materials from off-site locations (Library Service Center, Duke Off Site Stacks, etc.) using the green Request button available in the catalog (Books & Media).

  • Sponsoring for Library Access »

    Access to library resources may be requested for individuals who are not Duke faculty, staff, or students and would not receive access through normal processes.

  • Library Building Maintenance Request »

    Report maintenance, housekeeping, or pest control issues.

  • Request a Search for a Missing Book »

    Requests that library staff locate a book which is not on the shelf (and not checked out).

  • Film Reservation »

    Requests for placing films on reserve, or for borrowing videos for classroom showings.

  • Claim that an item was returned »

    Complete this form if you believe that you have returned an item to the Library, but still see it listed on your account.