Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 23 Issue 4


Table of contents

Networking and licensing texts for electronic libraries: De Montfort University′s experience

Mel Collier, Anne Ramsden, Dian Zhao

Contends that networking and licensing texts for electroniclibraries give rise to a number of significant issues, notably copyrightand how to set a price which will give…


Charging users for remote document supply in UK university libraries

Pat Clinton

Reports on the results of a survey undertaken to discover UKuniversity library practices with regard to restricting and/or chargingfor interlibrary loans (ILL). As a…


The future of journal publishing

Sally Morris

Many publishers have traditionally depended on journals. Theexplosion in information is making it impossible for library funding tokeep up; this is exacerbated as falling…


Opinion paper: the availability of monographs through ILL – the need for a national strategy

Frances Hendrix

Discusses the need for a national access policy for monographs inpublic libraries and the role of networking in the future of resourcesharing. Suggests the need for the…




Renamed from:

Interlending Review

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited