Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 32 Issue 1


Table of contents

Finding that document! Enhancing the discovery and locating of journals

Chris Awre

In order to address the problem of discovering and accessing relevant documents in the ever‐increasing amount of information presented to us, the Joint Information Systems…

The bibliographic advantages of a centralised union catalogue for ILL and resource sharing

Philip Hider

Examines some of the bibliographic advantages of a union catalogue with a central database over a distributed, or “virtual” union catalogue. Discusses the nature of these…


Linking four libraries 9,012km apart: steps to global resource sharing

Lars E. Leon

Understanding challenges like restrictive licenses, fees to recover costs that price information out of reach of some patrons, and high shipping costs help libraries…


Times of change for document delivery: a view from Infotrieve

Petra Labriga

The development of Infotrieve as a commercial and global document supplier is described. Change in the market place is assessed and new developments described.


Interlibrary lending and document supply: past, present and future

Niels Mark, Lone Knakkergaard

The authors give an overview of remote document supply in the world today and some of the key factors influencing its development. They illustrate this by referring to the…


Transitions – news on the access to digital information in France

Joachim Schöpfel

The author describes the present document delivery situation in France with particular reference to copyright and the EU Directive, consortia, portals, funding and some…


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

Mike McGrath

Reviews more than 100 journals and some electronic lists and newsletters for issues relevant to interlending and document supply. In particular, focuses on site licences…



Renamed from:

Interlending Review

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited