Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 27 Issue 3


Table of contents

The impact of new technology on journal publishing and document delivery – a publisher’s perspective

An interview, Maurice Long

A medical journal publishing perspective on the impact of new technology. Covers the future of the scientific journal; its pricing; the effect of the move by libraries to…


Barriers in using new information technology in document delivery in the Third World: prospects for the IFLA project in Ghana

Christine O. Kisiedu

Since 1996 an IFLA/DANIDA project has been underway to enhance interlending and document supply in Ghana. Through external funding the project aims to establish an…

From cards to clumps: a look at developments in the world of union catalogues

Sara Gould

With shrinking local library resources and the growth of resource sharing, union catalogues, in one form or another, are an important feature in today’s library world…

Unmediated document delivery: a project using FirstSearch and EBSCOdoc

Gwyneth H. Crowley

Staffing costs account for 65 per cent of research libraries’ expenditures for interlibrary borrowing. Due to this cost and pressure to provide better access, library…


Interlending and document supply: a review of recent literature – XXXVI

Pauline Connolly

Reviews the advantages gained by remote users and distance learners from the growth in information technology and looks at the impact of this technology on the delivery of…



Renamed from:

Interlending Review

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited