Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 29 Issue 3


Table of contents

Interlending among the states of former Yugoslavia

Vida Močnik

Interlibrary loan and document delivery are important elements of any library system, very much influenced by political and economical background of the state. The article…

Automation of interlibrary loan services: effects on the patron and the library

Lynne Porat

The growing need for libraries to minimise expenses and reduce the number of labour‐intensive tasks has prompted the ILL unit of the library at the University of Haifa in…


Document delivery as an aspect of co‐operation: the British Library’s Co‐operation and Partnership Programme

Geoff Smith

Following the British Library’s 1998 Strategic Review a unit was set up to develop and co‐ordinate the Library’s Co‐operation and Partnership Programme in the areas of…


Consortial journal licensing: experiences of Greek academic libraries

Claudine Xenidou‐Dervou

The dramatic price increases in journals subscriptions over the past 30 years have undermined the ability of academic libraries to sustain their collections development at…

Brief communication: document supply in Latin America – report of a seminar

Graham P. Cornish

Report of a seminar and workshop held in Buenos Aires on the issue of access to information. Publication output, acquisition, retention and conservation policies…


International Lending and Document Delivery: Principles and Guidelines for Procedure

Sets out the IFLA principles and guidelines on international lending and document delivery. These guidelines have been in existence since 1954 but this document provides…


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

Sara Gould

Reviews emerging trends and new challenges in interlending, document delivery and resource sharing, as written up in the recent literature. Focuses on the balance of…




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Interlending Review

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1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited