Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 29 Issue 1


Table of contents

Unmediated document delivery at Leeds University: from project to operational system

Katie Birch, Ian A. Young

The Documents Direct project’s aim was to investigate the feasibility of offering user‐initiated unmediated requesting and delivery of documents, as an alternative to…

Resource‐sharing roles and responsibilities for CISTI: change is the constant

Naomi Krym, Mary VanBuskirk

CISTI, a recognised leader in interlibrary loan and document supply activities both in Canada and internationally, is also a key player in resource‐sharing in Canada. This…

Interlending and document supply developments in Italy

Anna Vaglio

Today in Italy, interlibrary loan and document delivery are important elements in the strategic plans of most libraries. Their growing importance is a reflection of the…


Brief communication: reference linking with CrossRef

Ed Pentz

Describes the development of CrossRef, a collaborative reference linking service, through which a researcher can click on a reference citation in a journal and immediately…


Opinion paper: docster – instant document delivery

Daniel Chudnov

Explores the possibility of using docster, a bibliographic management tool for file sharing. Instead of just citations, docster stores the files themselves and retains a…


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

Pauline Connolly

Reviews recent interlending and document supply literature. Examines how the document delivery scene is being affected by the huge increase in available electronic…




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Interlending Review

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1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited