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DOCLINE -- Adding Non-ILL Journal Holdings


Question: Now that the LIC rejection code is available, can I add my non-ILL journal holdings to DOCLINE?


Answer:

No. Only journals from which libraries have permission to provide interlibrary loan (ILL) should be entered into DOCLINE. The purpose of DOCLINE is to provide improved document delivery service among libraries in the National Network of Libraries of Medicine®, Canada, and Mexico by linking journal holdings to efficiently route requests to potential lending libraries on behalf of the borrower. Including non-ILL titles in the serial holdings records will cause delays in delivery by routing requests to libraries which cannot fill them.


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