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National Library of Medicine Fills Interlibrary Loan Requests from Print Collection

Posted by on September 3rd, 2021 Posted in: News from NLM, Resource Sharing & Document Delivery
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Beginning Tuesday, September 7, 2021 the National Library of Medicine (NLM) will fill interlibrary loan requests from the print collection. With the onset of COVID-19 NLM Interlibrary Loan filled interlibrary loan requests from electronic resources only, and is now ready to fill requests from the print and electronic collections. Initial response times to requests from the print collection might be slow, and your patience is appreciated.

Libraries who use DOCLINE, NLM’s interlibrary loan request routing system, should place interlibrary loan requests to NLM through DOCLINE. If your library does not use DOCLINE, check the participation guidelines to see if your library qualifies to participate. If you have questions about DOCLINE participation contact NNLM Region 5 DOCLINE Support (DOCLINE@uw.edu). Libraries that do not qualify for DOCLINE, and would like to place an interlibrary loan request with NLM, should contact the NLM Help Desk for guidance.

 

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Emily Hamstra is the Outreach & Access Coordinator for NNLM Region 5.

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