Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 31 Issue 2


Table of contents

Individual article supply: some strategic directions

Mark Rowse

Examines the increase in individual article supply and the resultant effects on journal subscriptions and site licensing, noting that pressure on library budgets has…

INIST‐CNRS in Nancy, France: “a model of efficiency”

Joachim Schöpfel

The Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (INIST) is a service unit of the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS). A leading integrated…

Document delivery: a new paradigm?

David Baker

This article complements an earlier discussion by the author with regard to the breakdown of the traditional inter‐library loan model. It looks at the key variables that…

A Web‐based document delivery system for scientific information management in Italian research libraries

Assunta Arte, Roberta Maggi, Gisella Menichelli, Roberto Di Cintio

A high priority in many libraries is providing users with rapid online searching and requesting of journal articles, with desktop delivery options to view full‐text…

Collaboration and resource sharing in and from the South Pacific: The National Library of New Zealand

Jenny McDonald, Kathryn Bolland

New Zealand is a small country, physically isolated but increasingly “connected” in a world of fast growing “enabling” technology and telecommunications. The traditional…

Inter‐library loans and document delivery via EUCAT: a new PICA/OCLC initiative

Janifer Gatenby

This paper explores the role of union catalogues in inter‐library loans and document delivery and how that role is changing to embrace virtual holdings and electronic…

Current issues in accessing documents published in developing countries

Charles Omekwu

Accessing documents published in developing countries is always difficult because of the lack of bibliographic tools and control framework, low awareness of legal deposit…

Patron‐focused services in three US libraries: collaborative interlibrary loan, collection development and acquisitions

Megan Allen, Suzanne M. Ward, Tanner Wray, Karl E. Debus‐López

To improve service and increase user satisfaction, some libraries are exploring new models of collaboration among the Interlibrary Loan, Collection Development and…


Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature – XLV

Mike McGrath

Reviews more than 100 journals and some electronic lists and newsletters, to search for relevance to ILL and document delivery issues. Takes a look at some of the…


A matter of terminology: from ILL and DD to RDS

Maurice B. Line

Puts forward the view that it is high time the library and information world adopted a standard and defensible terminology, particularly in connection with remote document…




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