Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 26 Issue 2


Table of contents

How the virtual library transforms interlibrary loans ‐ the OhioLINK experience

David F. Kohl

While the primary reason for a library’s collections is their use as widely and broadly as possible, the issues clustered around interlibrary lending are central to…


Interlibrary loans in new democratic societies ‐ South African experiences

Jenny Raubenheimer

South Africa, as a new democracy, is currently driven by a vision of reconstruction and development. In the South African library environment, the focus is on rectifying…


Weighing up the options for document supply: a description and discussion of the FIDDO Project

J. Eric Davies, Anne Morris

Outlines the dynamic and complex information delivery environment facing managers, and describes the eLib‐funded FIDDO (Focused Investigations of Document Delivery Option…


Trends and developments in interlending and document delivery in the UK in 1997

Stephen Prowse

Describes recent developments in interlending in the UK, including eLib projects, electronic journals, the growth of commercial suppliers and resource‐sharing initiatives…




Renamed from:

Interlending Review

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited