Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 28 Issue 1


Table of contents

Improved access for end‐users through the use of standards

Andrew Braid

Two recent international standards, the Search and Retrieve Protocol (ISO 29350) and the Interlibrary Loan Protocol (ISO 10160/1), and a recommendation for standardisation…


Notes on document supply in the Middle East

Roderic Vassie

This overview of document supply in the Middle East divides the countries of the region into four groups: GCC states; Iran and Iraq; Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and…


The economics of access versus ownership: The Library for Natural Sciences, Russian Academy of Sciences

Bruce R. Kingma, Natalia Mouravieva

This article applies the economic model of interlibrary loan and library journal subscriptions developed by Kingma in 1996 to data from the Library for Natural Sciences…

Electronic document supply: experience at the British Library

Lynne C. Chivers

In recent years there has been an increasing move towards publishing in electronic format, sometimes as facsimiles of paper originals and sometimes “born digital”. For…


Brief communication: The British Library’s co‐operation and partnershipprogramme

Stella Pilling

Details the BL’s history of co‐operation and partnership. Outlines how this tradition has evolved into working in new areas and with new people in the LIS sector.


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

Pauline Connolly

Reviews literature related to several aspects of interlending and document supply. Examines the impact of World Wide Web delivery and the ever‐increasing number of…




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Interlending Review

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1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited