Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 35 Issue 3
Table of contents
Donald J. Urquhart and the integration of science with librarianship: Part 2Stephen J. Bensman
To analyze the historical significance of Donald J. Urquhart, who established the National Lending Library for Science and Technology (NLL) which later was merged into the…
FIZ AutoDoc – a comprehensive solution for access to documents via corporate intranets and web portalsAhmed Rahali, Thomas Bausenwein
The purpose of the paper is to explain in detail the service for document supply offered by FIZ Karlsruhe, the options available for its customisation and the interfaces…
The customers for document supply in pharmacology: a case study from INIST in France (Part 3)Pascal Bador, Chérifa Boukacem‐Zeghmouri, Thierry Lafouge, Hélène Prost, Joachim Schöpfel
The article aims to investigate the customers for the document supply of print serials.
The history and development of interlibrary loans and document supply in ChinaConghui Fang
The purpose of the paper is to describe the history of document supply in China and recent developments, locally, regionally and nationally.
The European Library – history, technique and user expectationsEric van der Meulen
The purpose of this paper is to describe the single point of access to the collections of the European National Libraries via The European Library.
A new electronic service for UK theses: access transformed by EThOSAnthony Troman, Neil Jacobs, Susan Copeland
The paper aims to describe recent moves to establish a UK electronic thesis service. The existing arrangements for access to UK doctoral theses are not seen as ideal or…
Collaboration on procurement of e‐content between the National Health Service and higher education in the UKChristine J. Urquhart, Andrew M. Cox, Siân Spink
Collaboration on procurement of e‐content between health libraries in the National Health Service (NHS) and in higher education (HE) should have advantages in increasing…
Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature: 60Mike McGrath
The purpose of this article is to provide a review of the most recent literature concerning document supply and related matters.