Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 38 Issue 3
Table of contents
The UK Research Reserve (UKRR): machinations, mayhem and magicFrances Boyle, Chris Brown
UKRR is an innovative programme that ensures that copies of print journals remain available to the research community indefinitely. At the same time the aim is to free up…
Danish libraries in WorldCat – and ordering facilities to ten Danish librariesHelle Brink, Leif Andresen
The purpose of this paper is to present the Danish agreement with OCLC's WorldCat and the perspectives for international cooperation.
The development of document supply services in ChinaPing Jia
The purpose of this paper is to describe the background to Chinese libraries and the general development and new trends in document supply in China.
Lowering the barriers from Discovery to Delivery: a JISC funded EDINA and Mimas projectFred Guy, Joy Elizabeth Palmer
The paper aims to describe the context and the progress with the UK Discovery to Delivery project.
Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature: 71Mike McGrath
This review aims to provide a summary of the most recent articles published on document supply and related matters.
Document delivery through domestic and international collaborations: the KISTI practiceSuhyeon Yoo
The purpose of this article is to introduce the KISTI document delivery service, to describe its collaboration with national and international institutions, and to explore…
Success factors for the future of information centres, commercial and public libraries: a study from GermanyRagna Seidler‐de Alwis, Simone Fühles‐Ubach
The purpose of this paper is to identify success factors in commercial and public libraries.
Establishing an information network among Islamic Sciences Centers in Iran: a feasibility studyZahra Abazari, Alireza Isfandyari‐Moghaddam
This study aims to evaluates the existing and potential facilities in Iranian Islamic Sciences Centers (ISCs), including information resources, budget, human resources and…