Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 19 Issue 1


Table of contents

Robin Hood in Interlending: Charging the information rich to help the information poor

Glenda Myers

Addresses the issues of charging for interlibrary loans withparticular reference to the experience at the University ofWittwatersrand, South Africa. Considers definitions…

The philosophy behind international interlending and its implications for the visually‐handicapped

Graham P Cornish

Argues that the visually impaired should be able to benefit frominternational interlending. Considers some of the problem areasincluding difficulties with transmitting…

Interlibrary loan policy and procedures of the King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals library

Moid A Siddiqui

Describes the policies and procedures established to meet itsclients needs. Notes the extensive network that has been developed anddetails the statistical information used…

The British Library Document Supply Centre 1989/90

Katy King

Provides a brief account of the BLDSC during 1989/90. Notes thatnew technology plays an increasingly important role for them. Commentson their work in development of…

Interlending and document supply: A review of recent literature: XIX

Margaret M Barwick

Interlending activities in various countries, particularly inacademic libraries, are examined. The growth of networking and theimportance of a strong infrastructure are…



Renamed from:

Interlending Review

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited