Document Delivery/ILL -- Rejection of ILL request
Question: Why did NLM reject my ILL request?
The National Library of Medicine (NLM) may have rejected your ILL request for one of the following reasons:
- Copyright Compliance information (CCG or CCL) is not indicated
- Incomplete or incorrect citation
- Item requested is not in NLM's collection
- LIBID is not provided
- Max cost is less than NLM's charge per article
- Name of authorizing staff is not included
- Requests must be submitted via DOCLINE (if DOCLINE member)
Non-DOCLINE requests must be submitted on NLM's Request form for Non-DOCLINE Libraries and include complete bibliographic citation, LIBID, and unique identifiers from PubMed, LocatorPlus, or OCLC.
All ILL requests must include authorizing staff person's name, and applicable copyright compliance information (CCG or CCL).
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