Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 28 Issue 4


Table of contents

Four years of academic library co‐operation in Chile “Alerta al Conocimiento”

Maria Luisa Arenas, Maria Paz Morel, Anita Maria Jasmén

“Alerta al Conocimiento” is a private corporation owned by Chilean universities. The paper looks at the benefits of the service in terms of increasing access to…

V3.Online: past, present and future

Jennifer Cox, Martin Harrison, Peter Smith, Robin Yeates

LASER has developed three major online networking systems since 1977 in support of its resource sharing mission. In March 2000, LASER launched V3.Online, a completely new…

Using the Web of Science® for unmediated document delivery

Gwyneth H. Crowley, Judith L. Hart

Due to the significant cost of interlibrary loan services and the pressure to provide better access to journal articles, a pilot project on unmediated document delivery…

Current trends in interlending and document delivery in the UK

Stephen William Prowse

Examines the current state of interlending and document delivery from a UK perspective. In particular, focuses on four trends that have recently gained momentum and come…

Opinion paper: Is national planning for acquisitions and document supply still valid?

Maurice B. Line

The time when every country needed to plan its own acquisitions and document supply system may be over. For purposes of consultation, it is most convenient for users to…




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Interlending Review

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