Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 28 Issue 2


Table of contents

New Zealanders’ access to the world of information

Elaine Hall

New Zealand is a small nation with experience and challenges in the area of interlending that have relevance for both developed and less developed countries. The National…


Sending ILL requests by e‐mail: a discussion and IFLA guidelines

Sara Gould

The IFLA Office for UPA and International Lending has recently established some guidelines for libraries sending ILL requests by email. The guidelines aim to support…

Meeting the challenges of international lending and document supply: learning from the Global Resources Program

Mary E. Jackson

The Global Resources Program (GRP) seeks to improve access to international research materials through cooperative structures and the use of new technology. GRP, a joint…

The changing role of the traditional players in the new information age: the future of document delivery services

Malcolm Smith, Mick Osborne

One of the most significant recent developments for libraries has been the increasing availability of electronic versions of journals produced by the major publishers…

Why is interlending and document supply still the ugly sister?

Maurice B. Line

We have moved on from the days when interlending was rare and inefficient, and considered as a privilege bestowed by libraries on users. Document supply, as it has…




Renamed from:

Interlending Review

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited