There are several ways to discover book chapters that would be helpful for your research. One is to discover a chapter in a reference list, like the example below.
You may also find a book that is of interest in the I-Share catalog. If you don't want to request the entire book, you can use look that the Table of Contents for the book the to determine a chapter that is of particular interest. Scroll down to the Contents section under Details after clicking on a book title in Millikin Library Discovery. This works especially well for edited scholarly books, like the example below.
Google Books is another way to find book chapters. Google Books offers a limited preview to almost all the books in their collection, which should encompass most of the book at Millikin and in I-Share. The preview often includes the table to contents, which will provide the citation information that you need to make an interlibrary loan request for the chapter.
Once you have logged in, look for the Book Chapter link under "Create New Request."
Provide as much citation information for your article as possible. The following items are required:
The following items are not required, but are very helpful to have:
Check to make sure that the request looks correct and then click "Submit Request."
Just as with ILLiad article requests, all book chapter requests are received electronically and you will get an email to your Millikin email when they are available.