Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 29 Issue 2


Table of contents

Dr Wood, I presume!

Stella Pilling

Reviews the career of Dr David Wood at the British Library, and its predecessor, the National Lending Library for Science and Technology. Describes his wide range of…


Acquiring and accessing serials information – the electronic intermediary

Albert Prior

Intermediaries of various sorts have been key players in helping libraries in access to, and the acquisition of, serials. Subscription agents have been prominent, with a…

Beyond the photocopy machine: document delivery in a hybrid library environment

Ronald Dekker, Leo Waaijers

Document delivery bridges the gap between where the customer is and where the document is. Libraries have to offer user‐friendly access to hybrid collections, and design…

A contribution to the serials and scholarly communication debate

Hazel Woodward

David Wood’s library career was spent entirely in the British Library. Over a period of several decades he made a significant contribution to the ongoing debate on serials…


The British Library, copyright and publisher relations

David Russon

This paper reviews the development of UK copyright law since the time the British Library was established, with particular reference to the “fair dealing” and “library”…


Many titles, one editor: a history of Interlending & Document Supply

Graham P. Cornish

Interlending & Document Supply has had a chequered history in terms of its title but almost unparalleled stability from an editorial point of view. Various political and…



Renamed from:

Interlending Review

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited