Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 33 Issue 1


Table of contents

LAMDA: an example of a resource‐sharing document delivery service in UK Higher Education libraries

Rose Goodier

Aims to describe the development of the LAMDA service, from its inception as an eLib project in 1995 to its current status as a commercial service.


Docusend: the one‐stop, integrated, document delivery broker service

Gordon Bower

To provide an overview and analysis of a major JISC‐funded document delivery project.


E‐books in public libraries: a terminal or termination technology?

Linda Berube

Aims to present a background to the use of electronic resources, especially e‐books, in public libraries, which appears to threaten some basic activities that define a…


Publishers and librarians in Central and Eastern Europe – love or hatred?

Srećko Jelušić

To provide an overview and propose solutions in improving scholarly publishing and document supply in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) in connection with copyright acts…

Resource sharing in Australia: evaluation of national initiatives and recent developments

Roxanne Missingham, Margarita Moreno

This paper aims to summarise the changing pattern of Australian interlibrary loans and document delivery, the achievements of the consultative mechanisms (National…


Patron‐initiated borrowing and traditional ILL: the cascade experience

Lynn Chmelir

To report and analyze transaction data over a four‐year period for patron‐initiated borrowing via the Cascade union catalog as well as transaction data for traditional ILL…


Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature – 51

Mike McGrath

To provide a review of the most recent literature concerning document delivery and related matters.

Photocopying and the awareness of copyright in tertiary institutions in Nigeria

Rose B. Okiy

To investigate photocopying practices in tertiary institutions in Nigeria as they relate to the existing copyright law and suggestions to regulate photocopying practices…


When a good standard development process fails

Mary Jackson

The meeting on the international interlibrary loan communication standard meeting in Washington DC under the auspices of the Association of Research Libraries is described.


Interlibrary loan and document supply in France – the Montpellier meeting

Joachim Schöpfel

Two French professional associations (ADBU and AURA) organised the first nation‐wide meeting on interlibrary loan and document supply in France. This paper aims to provide…


E‐books: how to make them work: a seminar organised by the Multimedia Information and Technology Group (North West) on 10 November 2004 at Liverpool John Moores University

Stephanie Allen, Terry Bucknell

Aims to provide a review of the seminar which concentrated on the developments in e‐books within higher education and the lead taken by this sector in the development of…




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Interlending Review

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1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited