Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 36 Issue 3
Table of contents
The British Library: the changing face of document supplyMat Pfleger
The purpose of this article is to describe the response of the British Library to the changing environment for document supply.
Cataloging free e‐resources: is it worth the investment?Christopher C. Brown, Elizabeth S. Meagher
This paper seeks to demonstrate the value of adding links to freely available web content to the library catalog (OPAC). This aims to answer the research question: “Is…
The union catalogue of academic libraries in India: an initiative by INFLIBNETPrem Chand, Suresh K. Chauhan
The purpose of this article is to describe the union databases maintained by the INFLIBNET for university libraries in India. INFLIBNET maintains union databases of…
Library Loans Online: a new channel for a traditional service in EnglandDavid Potts
This paper aims to provide a description of a new service to be launched in England that will open up the holdings of public libraries to citizens and enable them to order…
The usage and acceptance of domestic preprint servers in ChinaZhang Yaokun, Xia Nanqiang
The aims of this article are to describe the current status, usage, and acceptance of domestic preprint servers in mainland China by investigating three integrated…
Insights into the issues facing pharmaceutical companies for information provision: a report on the P‐D‐R special meeting, La Grande Motte, 28‐29 February 2008Lou Ann Di Nallo, Joachim Schöpfel
This paper aims to report on the Pharma Documentation Ring (P‐D‐R) special meeting 2008 on access and use of publishers' content through multiple channels.
Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature: 64Mike McGrath
This paper aims to provide a review of the most recent literature concerning document supply and related matters.
NILDE: developing a new generation tool for document delivery in ItalySilvana Mangiaracina, Marta Zaetta, Daniele De Matteis, Alessandro Tugnoli, Enrico Beghelli, Giacomo Tenaglia
This paper presents the most recent progress and implementation of the Network Inter‐Library Document Exchange (NILDE) system, a web based document delivery (DD) software…