Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 18 Issue 2


Table of contents

Canadian interlending – partnership between services and technology

Carrol D Lunau

Argues that interlending services in Canada increasingly rely onnew technologies. Discusses librarians′ use of new developments such astelefacsimile, CD‐ROM, high…

Document provision and supply in less developed countries, with particular reference to the potential of regional systems

Maurice B Line

Argues that the availability of documents in less developedcountries (LDCs) is very poor given seriously deficient library stocksand the cost of access to external…

Modelling the economics of interlending

Sharon Bonk, Dennis Pilling

Examines issues raised during a project, carried out by Coopers andLybrand Associates on behalf of the British Library Document SupplyCentre, which looked at interlibrary…

Interlibrary loans in Australia 1989: traffic patterns and changes

Colin R Taylor

Describes a survey of interlibrary lending in Australia, undertakenduring May 1989, with coverage of New South Wales, South Australia, andVictoria. Reinforces the idea…



Renamed from:

Interlending Review

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited