Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 37 Issue 3
Table of contents
Document delivery from Texas to Qatar: an international inter‐campus serviceZheng Ye (Lan) Yang, Suzanne D. Gyeszly
The purpose of this paper is to describe document delivery services between Texas A&M University Libraries (TAMUL) and Texas A&M University at Qatar Library (TAMUQL) from…
No more room aboard the ark! A UK higher education perspective on space managementSteven Sharp
This paper aims to highlight some of the ways in which UK academic libraries are responding to the increasing space pressures in both their library buildings and their…
Copac: current activity and future developmentsLisa Jeskins, Bethan Ruddock
The purpose of the paper is to describe the purpose and functions of Copac to the ILL community, and to inform them about recent and forthcoming developments.
The digital library programme at the British Library: goals and prioritiesSteve Green
The purpose of this paper is to show how the British Library (BL) is responding to the changing world of publishing through the Digital Library Programme.
A comparative evaluation of journal literature access options at the University of North Carolina at GreensboroTim Bucknall
The purpose of this paper is to present a comparison of three models for journal literature access.
Mass digitization and its impact on interlending and document supplyPerry Willett
The amount of library material available online is staggering, but still at very early stages in terms of discovery tools. Without a centralized source to search digitized…
Why are scholarly journals costly even with electronic publishing?Golnessa Galyani Moghaddam
This paper aims to examine the reasons for the high costs of scholarly journals.
Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature: 68Mike McGrath
The purpose of the paper is to provide a review of the most recent literature concerning document supply and related matters.