Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 17 Issue 3


Table of contents

The Australian Libraries Summit and document delivery past, present, and future

Colin Steele

Describes the Australian Libraries summit held in late 1988,concentrating on interlibrary lending (ILL) and document deliveryaspects. Reports on the Summit′s main…

Interlibrary loan protocol implementation issues

Fay Turner

Examines some of the issues arising as the interlibrary loan (ILL)protocol reaches Draft International Standards status within ISO and issoon to become an international…

Document delivery and interlibrary lending in the Arab countries

Mohammed M Aman

Examines efforts currently underway in Arab libraries to establisha formalized document delivery system across the regions, takingadvantage of new technology and modern…

An electronic user request system for interlibrary loans

John R Sherwell

Examines the library at Smith Kline & French Research, whichhas been using an automated interlibrary loans system based on BASIStext retrieval software since 1986…

New directions for document delivery: QUARTET’s experiments with ADONIS

William R Tuck

Discusses QUARTET, the experimental project looking at the idea ofa fully automatic document delivery service, able to provide users withsource material on request from an…

A review of recent literature: XVI

Graham P Cornish

Looks at contrasting views of the future of the British LibraryDocument Supply Centre (BLDSC); that it will become obsolete or,conversely, grow in importance. Explores the…



Renamed from:

Interlending Review

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited