Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 22 Issue 3


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The Interlending of Fiction

Margaret Barwick, Maurice Line

Reports on two recent surveys carried out by the IFLA Office forInternational Lending. The first, in 1991, showed fiction to be the poorrelation in interlending. Reasons…


Copyright and Electronic Document Delivery Services

P. Bernt Hugenholtz

Based on a background study prepared by the Institute for InformationLaw at the University of Amsterdam for the European Commission, DGXIII‐E/3, Luxemburg. The rapid…


Document Supply: A Challenge for Canadian Libraries

Jane Beaumont, Carrol Lunau

Document supply in Canada presents many challenges because of therelatively small population spread over vast distances but with themajority concentrated along the United…


The Changing Role of the Regional Library Systems

Bridget Powell, Brian Burch

The UK Regional Library Systems date from the 1930s when they were setup to develop union catalogues and organize regional interlending.During 60 years of development…


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

Margaret Barwick

Looks into the access versus acquisitions argument; investigates somebibliographies and codes; describes advances in UAP and developments inUnCover, ADONIS, OCLC and…




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1983 – 2016

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