Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 26 Issue 1


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Document delivery to developing countries

Cynthia Dobson, Wayne A. Pedersen

This paper presents the findings of a study of fill rate, time, and delivery costs for international document delivery from the Iowa State University Library to libraries…


An integrated Web‐based ILL system for Singapore libraries

Schubert Foo, Ee‐Peng Lim

The paper proposes an integrated Web‐based inter‐library loan (ILL) system to replace and enhance the existing manual‐based ILL system used by Singapore libraries. It…

“Apologies for cross‐posting”: a brief look at Internet discussion lists in interlibrary loan and document delivery

Sara Gould

E‐mail discussion lists have become an enormously successful forum for discussion among groups of like‐minded people, and a fair number exist in the field of interlending…


The renaissance of the interlibrary loan protocol: developments in open systems for interlibrary loan message management

Barbara Shuh

The article traces the history of the ISO Interlibrary Loan Protocol, starting with the early implementation work in Canada and Europe to its current renaissance, driven…


Blaise‐Web goes to school: a study of a secondary school’s use of Blaise‐Web

Anne‐Marie Tarter

Reports the results of a trial study of one secondary school’s use of Blaise‐Web as a method of obtaining resources for staff and senior students aged 16‐18. During the…


Interlending and document supply: a review of recent literature ‐ XXXIII

Sara Gould

Reviews the literature related to electronic document delivery. Discusses the general trends, ILL management systems, CD‐ROM, electronic journals and end‐user access.




Renamed from:

Interlending Review

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1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited