Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 19 Issue 3


Table of contents

Interlending in Ireland

Annette Kelly

Describes the Irish interlending system and the functions of the(Irish) Library Council. Looks at the future of interlending and thefindings of the Working Group of the…

The development of interlending in the USSR

SN Prosekova

Describes the development of interlending in the former SovietUnion. Notes that the system faces problems caused by the absence of anoverall framework of co‐operation…

Interlibrary lending in Yugoslavia: with special reference to the Central Medical Library in Ljubljana

Primoz Juznic

Describes the use made of the interlending services in a country“with a high level of political conflict and nationaldiversity”. Examines areas of science and politics in…

The role of the LINC in the automation of interlibrary loan and document supply in the United Kingdom

Andrew Braid

Discusses why interlibrary loan (ILL) has not been the subject ofsubstantial automation and briefly discusses the current state of ILLautomation in the UK. Suggests that…

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

Margaret M Barwick

Surveys efforts towards co‐operation in interlending withincountries including Hungary, Italy, Nigeria, Ghana, Germany and Latvia.Discusses barriers to European…



Renamed from:

Interlending Review

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited