Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 22 Issue 1


Table of contents

Planning for Document Supply: Sweden and Scandinavia

Kjell Nilsson

Organized co‐operation between Swedish research libraries dates back tothe end of the nineteenth century, when work began on the Swedish unioncatalogue. In 1990, Sweden…


End‐users′ Hopes and Expectations

Leo Waaijers

Libraries seem to be moving away from their users and heading towardscustomers. The essential difference between these two types of clientsis that whereas the latter pay…


Electronic Document Delivery – Towards the Virtual Library

Michael Brandreth, Clare MacKeigan

Reduced funding, global competition and technological change are forcinglibraries and information centres to turn to new methods of providingservices. Publishers of…


Information Access versus Document Supply: The International Visual Arts Information Network Project

Jeremy Rees

Image content opens up exciting possibilities for stand‐alone media,distributed networks, on‐line networks and on‐site publishing frominformation systems for use by the…


Interlending and Document Supply: A Review of Recent Literature: XXV

Margaret Barwick

Discusses the problems of determining the cost of interlibrary loan andcharging for services and describes developments in interlibrary lendingthroughout the world…




Renamed from:

Interlending Review

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited