Physical access to material has largely been taken for granted but as interlibrary lending has increased so the design of interlending systems needs to be examined. 21 principles of inter/ending systems that are likely to be valid in the great majority of countries are listed, each with a brief introduction. It is hoped that the principles will provoke thought and discussion and perhaps improvements in interlending systems.
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