Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 33 Issue 3
Table of contents
“Beyond the photocopy machine” revisited: document delivery in a digital library environmentPaula Dehlez, Just de Leeuwe, Ronald Dekker
To discuss the recent strategic developments of Library at TU Delft.
Online journals: their impact on document deliveryMercedes Echeverria, Pilar Barredo
To examine some of the ways in which electronic resources have made an impact on traditional interlending practices and how some user‐practices have begun to change.
FIZ AutoDoc: a web‐based full‐text broker serviceWendelin Detemple, Gerhard Herlan, Ulrike Keil
To describe the services offered by FIZ Karlsruhe.
Analysis of the dispersal of use for journals in Emerald Management Xtra (EMX)Paul Evans, John Peters
To test the breadth of appeal of the 2005 Emerald Management Xtra collection of over 100 business and management journals using aggregated usage data gathered from the…
Between open access and copyright: document supply in FranceJoachim Schöpfel
The article aims to provide an update on the situation of document supply and interlibrary loan in France in the first months of 2005. The main topic is open access to…
Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature – 52Mike McGrath
To provide a review of the most recent literature concerning document supply and related matters.
The “bigger deal” is OpenURLMary E. Jackson
To provide a regular update on matters of interest to the interlending and document supply (ILDS) community.
Report of the 21st International Learned Journals Seminar, held at The Royal College of Nursing, London, April 2 2005Mike McGrath
Seeks to provide a review of the 21st International Learned Journals Seminar, held at The Royal College of Nursing, London, April 2 2005.