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Health Information @ Himmelfarb: Requesting Items

Sign In to See All Requesting Options

In the results list, click on the desired item title to open the full record and use the Sign In button under How to Get It to see all requesting options. You will be prompted to sign in with your GW UserID. Note that only School of Medicine and Health Sciences, School of Public Health, and School of Nursing affiliates can sign in. For other GW affiliates, see the Ordering from Your Home Library page.

Once signed in, you'll see links for all requesting options available under How to Get It, including Consortium Loan Service (CLS) and Documents2Go for interlibrary loan and retrieval from offsite storage. Click on the link for the desired request form. 

If a book owned by Himmelfarb is checked out, you'll see an option to place a hold request. 

Use My Library Account to see all open Consortium Loan Service and hold requests. Login to Documents2Go to view you interlibrary loan or storage requests.

You will be contacted by Himmelfarb Circulation or the CLS lending library when the item you requested is available for pickup at the Himmelfarb Circulation Desk.  Limited shipping service is available.

Tutorial Video

Should I Use CLS or Documents2Go?

Use the Consortium Loan Service (CLS) when available for book loans and physical AVs (DVDs, etc.).  CLS supplies the item for free from another Washington Research Libraries Consortium library and courier delivery to Himmelfarb is 2-5 days on average.

Use Documents2Go for ordering book chapters and articles when there is no full-text option. There may be fees associated.

For more information on our document delivery services, see the Borrowing from Other Libraries Research Guide.

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