Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 31 Issue 1


Table of contents

Enhancing access to information through document delivery systems – INFLIBNET’s approach

S.M. Salgar, T.A.V. Murthy

Owing to diminishing library budgets, coupled with the information explosion, academic librarians in India are finding it difficult to meet the insatiable demands of their…

Interlibrary loan in Mexico: two solutions to an age‐old problem

Elda Mónica Guerrero, Daniel Mattes

In spite of the great strides that have been made in recent years in improving Mexico’s transportation and communication systems, obtaining material through interlibrary…


GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals research and development: document delivery in a global corporate environment

Emma L. Delaney

Since merging in December 2000, GSK’s information management group has continued to build on the great efforts of both GlaxoWellcome and SmithKline Beecham in provision of…


Changes in UK copyright law: implications for document delivery

Judy Watkins

Discusses some of the proposed changes to UK copyright law based on the Consultation Document issued in August 2002 which is intended to implement a recent EU (European…


A quick guide to … Z39.50

Stephanie Taylor

Z39.50 is a standard that defines a protocol to support the searching and retrieval of information across networks. It is much used in libraries, working “behind the… immediate access to Danish libraries

Lone Hansen is a development project, resulting in a Web site which gives the Danish citizens access to search and order material in the collections of Danish public and…

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

Mike McGrath

Reviews recent interlending and document supply literature. Looks at the areas of aggregators, intermediaries, end users, statistics, e‐books, copyright, consortia…




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