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FAQ
DOCLINE -- Changes Made to a Library Record


Question: What will happen to changes I make to my record?


Answer:

Changes made to your library's Institution record take place immediately after clicking the SAVE button and become a permanent part of the record.

Note: Remember to click SAVE on each updated "page" of the Institution record before navigating to another page.

Libraries should review their Institution record annually to ensure it has current information. The DOCLINE system uses many parts of the Institution record for routing requests, institution searching, and delivery and contact information that is displayed on request receipts. Current information also allows other libraries to have accurate information about your library.

Please read about making changes to your routing table.


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