Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 36 Issue 4


Table of contents

Exploring the future of interlibrary loan: generalizing the experience of the University of Virginia, USA

Renee Reighart, Cyril Oberlander

The purpose of this paper is to share opinions about where the future of Interlibrary Loan could go by discussing new methods of providing service to users. These methods…


Linchpin or weakest link? Challenges to current document delivery practice and services

Avril Patterson

The main purpose of this paper is to generate discussion on the necessity for document delivery services to re‐position themselves, thus “adding value” within the…


Sharing resources, networking and document delivery: the INIST experience

Jacqueline Gillet

This article aims to outline how the Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (INIST‐CNRS), the French leader in the document delivery market, works with a broad…

Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature: 65

Mike McGrath

This paper aims to provide a review of the most recent literature concerning document supply and related matters.

Supporting access to the UK's research collection: the UK Research Reserve project

Nicola Wright, Jean Crawford

This paper aims to describe the progress of the project to ensure the long‐term availability of low use print serials for the research community.


“Inside every fat man”: balancing the digital library budget

David Baker

The aim of this article is to review digital library collection building in the light of changing patterns of provision and usage, with special reference to mechanisms…


Exploring interlibrary loan usage patterns and liaison activities: the experience at a US university

Andrew Leykam

The purpose of this paper is to explore actual interlibrary loan (ILL) usage patterns as a way to improve ILL services and assist in library liaison work.

Goportis: a new service for document supply in Germany

Christine Burblies, Tamara Pianos

This paper seeks to describe Goportis, the new German service for document supply.



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Interlending Review

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1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited