Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 34 Issue 2
Table of contents
Sharing resources in Finnish university libraries: reorganising the national document supply systemAri Muhonen, Annu Jauhiainen, Pentti Vattulainen
To describe the development of interlending and document supply (ILDS) in Finland and the recent initiative to move to patron initiated ILDS.
The Norwegian ”Bibliotek” database in a Nordic ILDS perspectiveArne Gauslå
To describe the development and versatility of “Bibliotek”, the Norwegian database for national ILDS management.
User‐initiated resource sharing in Hong Kong universities: planning to reality with HKALLPeter Sidorko, Ruth Wong, Alice Tai, Eva Wong
To describe the introduction of a collaborative, user‐initiated, unmediated, interlibrary loan service for returnables between initially three and then all eight…
Grey literature at The British Library: revealing a hidden resourceSamantha Tillett, Elizabeth Newbold
To explore the changing nature of grey literature, the British Library collections of grey literature and the future challenges of collecting and supplying this type of material.
Electronic journals: are they really used?David Nicholas, Paul Huntington
To quantify the usage of electronic journals as an aid to making judgements on the use of document supply.
Developments in South African document supply: the experience of the University of the WitwatersrandJanet Teresa Zambri
To examine and report on the challenges and trials of document supply at the University of the Witwatersrand during the recent past.
Informing interlibrary networking and document supply in the English National Health Service: a comparison of models from five countries and a Caribbean networkPam White, Cheryl Twomey
To identify the issues associated with the introduction of desk top document supply to workers in the UK National Health Service (NHS).
Interlending and document supply:a review of the recent literature – 55Mike McGrath
The purpose of this article is to provide a review of the most recent literature concerning document supply and related matters.