Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 25 Issue 2


Table of contents

From barter to business ‐ a moral history of charging for interlibrary loans

Christopher Wright

The rapid growth of interlibrary loans in recent years has forced us to take a hard look at the practical and financial aspects of what we once thought of as a simple…


The issues surrounding the provision of CASIAS services in libraries

Kate Brunskill

Summarizes the findings of a research project carried out at Aston University. The research investigated the issues surrounding the provision and use of CASIAS current…


Co‐operation: the triumph of hope over experience?

Maurice B. Line

Library co‐operation has always been assumed to be a good thing, but much thinking has focused on the means of co‐operation rather than on the ends that co‐operation is…


Licensed document supply: the role of IFFRO

Colin Hadley, Edward Barrow

Surveys the work and achievements of the International Federation of Reproduction Rights Organizations ‐ IFRRO ‐ and its members, the national RROs, in connection with the…


Opinion paper: towards a new system of scholarly communication

Leo Waaijers

Contends that the current system of scientific communication has some serious defects in terms of speed, reliability and affordability. Outlines a different approach…




Renamed from:

Interlending Review

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited