Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 32 Issue 4


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Changing patterns in interlibrary loan and document supply

Rose Goodier, Elaine Dean

The article looks at a number of possible reasons for the current downturn in the volume of interlibrary loan (ILL) and document supply (DS) requests in the UK higher…


CISTI Source and journal use at Memorial University of Newfoundland

Patrick Warner

This paper looks at the first full year of the implementation of CISTI Source at the Queen Elizabeth II Library, Memorial University of Newfoundland. The paper comments…


Israeli college interlibrary loan practices: implications for Israeli universities

Lynne Porat, Snunith Shoham

The recent establishment of academic colleges in Israel not only has affected the make‐up of Israeli higher education, it also has affected university libraries…

E‐books: are they the interlibrary lending model of the future?

Penny Garrod

This article assesses the likely impact of e‐books on interlibrary lending in the UK. It examines a range of factors that are likely to impact on the lending of e‐books to…


The British Library – delivering the world's knowledge: some recent developments

Natalie Ceeney

Describes the development of the British Library's services for researchers, business and the public.


Making the connection: the changing face of Ingenta library services

Doug Wright

This article looks at the development of Ingenta and recent innovations.


Selecting the “best” document delivery supplier

Mary Jackson

The column discusses four criteria for a library to select a document delivery supplier or to become a document supplier: fast turnaround time, expedited delivery options…


Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature – 50

Mike McGrath

Reviews 156 journals and some electronic lists and newsletters for issues relevant to interlending and document supply. The review deals with: scholarly communication…




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Interlending Review

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1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited