Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 34 Issue 3
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Document supply and open access: an international survey on grey literatureChérifa Boukacem‐Zeghmouri, Joachim Schöpfel
This article seeks to investigate the impact of the open archive initiative on the document supply of grey literature.
The impact of e‐resources on document supply in a corporate pharmaceutical library: the experience of Novo NordiskHelle Vibeke Kasarab
The paper seeks to describe the information provision issues facing an international pharmaceutical company, in particular in relation to document supply.
Assessing the impact of the BLDSC price increases: the experience of CHILL, a consortium of London health librariesDouglas Knock
The article aims to present the findings of research relating to the document supply practices of member libraries of the Consortium of Independent Health Information…
Analysis of Interlibrary Loan at the National Institute of Standards and Technology Library: lessons learnedRosa Liu, Briget Wynne
The paper seeks to study whether process and cost‐effective improvements could be made to the Interlibrary Loan and Internal Document Request services at NIST.
The Danish Union Catalogue DanBib and library.dk: “physical” and “virtual” union cataloguesAnders‐Henrik Petersen, Rikke Lose
The paper seeks to provide an overview of the approach taken by the Danish library community towards the automation of ILL and end‐user loan requests.
Recent developments in remote document supply (RDS) in the UK – 2Stephen Prowse
The paper seeks to provide a review of recent developments in remote document supply and related matters in the UK.
ISO and I reap: lessons learned from Antipodean implementations of the ISO‐ILL protocolJillian Irwin, David Reid
This paper, an update of that presented at the 9th IFLA Interlending and Document Supply Conference, describes the implementation of the ISO‐ILL protocol between the…
Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature – 56Mike McGrath
The purpose of this article is to provide a review of the most recent literature concerning document supply and related matters.