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Ordering Articles from the RMUoHP Learning Resource Center
Transcript of Ordering Articles from the RMUoHP Learning Resource Center
You have requested an article through email and now know all the tricks of Interlibrary Loan!
Go forth and research!!
Let's begin with requesting an article through LoansomeDoc!
Can't find the article in PubMed?
Or did you only find the abstract in OVID or EBSCO?
There is another option for requesting articles!
Keep following this path!
You have completed a
request in LoansomeDoc!
Email the RMU Resource Center
directly from PubMed...
In case you missed something...
Ordering Articles from
The Resource Center
AFTER doing what you can to find the full text of an article on your own, you may order the full text through one of the following methods:
1. While in PubMed, with your selected citation/abstract; click on the Send to link and scroll down to Order. This will take you to LoansomeDoc. If this is your first time using it, you will have to register. Our Library ID is UTUIHI. The benefit of using Loansome Doc is that it allows PubMed to tell you if the article is available online and where to get it. Loansome Doc also allows you to see where the request is in the process, and does the work by sending the Library staff your complete citation information. The Library then acts as the gate keeper; either filling your request here or finding another source. This is our preferred way of receiving article requests. If you use another method the request must include each article’s PMID.
2. While in PubMed, with your selected citation/abstract open, click on the Send to link and scroll down to email. In the large box, enter your contact information—name, email and phone. In the small box, enter our email address: email@example.com. PubMed sends the entire citation and abstract to the Library staff. We begin to look for the full text as soon as we receive the request.
3. If the article abstract is unavailable in PubMed, then please send the full citation with PMID in the body of an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Use your own email to request an article...
One last thing to remember about ILLs...
For first time users, create an account.
Returning users, sign in and continue.