Answered By: Robert Sebek Last Updated: Jan 12, 2015 Views: 37
In general, no.
If interlibrary loan borrowed the document from another library, under the library copyright exception, it was obtained for your personal use and cannot be further distributed. It likely has a cover page that states this restricted explicitly.
Interlibrary loan can probably purchase a copy that allows for limited redistribution, such as in a restricted access Scholar course. If you need to share a document with your class to which the library has no access, include this information in the notes field of your ILL request. We'll make our best effort to obtain a copy you can post in Scholar.