Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 33 Issue 2
Table of contents - Special Issue: Maurice Line – a celebration of a lifetime in librarianship
Guest Editors: Stella Pilling, Mike McGrath
The British Library: its origins, development and futureLynne Brindley
To summarise the development of the British Library and the role played by Maurice Line.
Information science as a liberal artWilliam Y. Arms
Attempts to deal with the issue of how we can educate the next generation of leaders for the information needs of the future.
Tilting at windmills: BLDSC and the UK higher education communityDerek Law
To provide an overview of, the relationship between the British Library and higher education libraries in the 1990s, with particular relation to document supply. It also…
A practical line in bibliometricsJack Meadows
The purpose of this article is to describe Maurice Line's continuing interest in bibliometrics and in its possible application to library problems since the 1970s. He has…
The evidence‐based academic library: Maurice Line and the Parry ReportBernard Naylor
To describe the part played by Maurice Line in the use of survey evidence and performance information in the management of academic libraries, commencing with the…
Maurice Line: a personal and inevitably partial viewB.J. Enright
An introduction to a book of papers by Maurice Line published in 1988.
Librarianship as it is practised: a failure of intellect, imagination and initiativeMaurice B. Line
To highlight some fundamental weaknesses in the library profession internationally, including an inability to analyse problems, imagine new solutions and press for change…
A lifetime's change in LISMaurice B. Line
To investigate and comment on changes in LIS during a lifetime in libraries, half of it spent in senior positions.