Document Delivery Service - CITY College, University of York Europe Campus
Κολέγιο CITY College
Main Campus, Thessaloniki, Greece

Document Delivery Service

Document Delivery Service

The mission of the Document Delivery Service as stated in its policy is to help distant users obtain electronic or reproductive copies of documents and material held in the ILC in order to further satisfy their educational and research needs.

What is Document Delivery Service?

The DDS is a reproduction service for CITY College off-campus and PhD students who cannot visit the ILC. Articles from print journals or chapters from books, conference proceedings and dissertations held by the ILC can be scanned and delivered to students’ desktop.

Additionally, students living outside Thessaloniki or abroad may also use the DDS to request items held in the ILC collections to be sent to their home or business address. In case of print library stock, requestors remain responsible for the safe return of the dispatched items.

The Procedure

It is essential to first advice OpenABEKT Online Library Catalogue to ensure that the item is in stock. Once you have confirmed that the item is held by the ILC, you may then send your request to the library. The DDS may be used during the whole academic year with the exception of Christmas, Easter and summer vacation (July to 30 August).

How do I use the Document Delivery Service?

Please complete the Document Supply Services request form including full bibliographic and personal details. All requests should be sent to

Requestors may also contact (email, phone + 30 2310 528450) the ILC staff for help and advice on the Document Delivery Service procedure.

Ethos: an online document delivery service from the British Library

The British Library has developed EThOS to enable easier access to British Doctoral Theses. This will allow open full text access to a range of British Doctoral theses. If you are searching for a thesis, try searching EThOS first. If you are unable to find the thesis you are looking for, or need further help, please contact us
You do not have to register with EThOS to search the database. However, if you wish to download a thesis, you will need to register and log in. To register:

  • Go to Ethos login and Registration webpage:
  • Click 'Login / Register' button
  • Click on “Register”
  • Accept the terms and conditions of use
  • Complete the registration form with your details and choose a password
  • Click 'Register'

Please note: All users downloading theses from EThOS must agree to the Terms and Conditions of Use of EThOS, which specify only non-commercial, personal use.


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