Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 24 Issue 4


Table of contents

BIODOC: access versus holdings in a university library

Janet Evans, Simon J. Bevan, John Harrington

Explains the background, context and operation of the Cranfield University Library BIODOC Research Project which explores key issues in the access versus journal holdings…


Standardization in electronic document delivery: a practical example

Andrew Braid

Concentrates on the results of the European Commission funded Electronic Document Interchange between Libraries (EDIL) project. Includes details of the work of the Group…


Developing document delivery in South East Asia now and in the future

Graham P. Cornish

Examines how the economic, demographic and cultural background of South East Asia is crucial to understanding the role of document supply in the region. Claims that, of…


Unmediated document delivery and academic staff at Central Queensland University

Debbie Orr, Cathy Dennis

Reports on a trial at Central Queensland University Library between March 1995 and March 1996 whereby staff and postgraduate students undertaking research were given…


Opinion paper: surveying electronic journals

Jack Meadows

Discusses the transition from printed to electronic journals and presents a number of factors which may deter users from moving to electronic journals. Raises the question…




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Interlending Review

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1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited