Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 39 Issue 1
Table of contents
Could print on‐demand actually be the “new interlibrary loan”?Suzanne Wilson‐Higgins
This paper aims to investigate the feasibility of using the rapidly developing print on‐demand (POD) services to provide an alternative to interlibrary loan.
The relationship between ILL/document supply and journal subscriptionsElena Bernardini, Silvana Mangiaracina
The purpose of this paper is to provide insights into the relationship between ILL/document supply and journal subscriptions and to assess recent trends in the ILL service.
Resource sharing among ARL libraries in the US: 35 years of growthCollette Mak
This paper aims to identify the factors that have led the USA to be one of the few countries in the world that has seen interlending and document supply continue to increase.
How the digital era has transformed ILL services in Japanese university libraries: a comprehensive analysis of NACSIS‐ILL transaction records from 1994 to 2008Kenji Koyama, Yoshinori Sato, Syun Tutiya, Hiroya Takeuchi
The purpose of this study is to identify and examine the factors that affected the scale of ILL photocopy requests between Japanese university libraries from 1994 to 2008.
The effect of transactional access/pay per view implementation on interlibrary loan: the case of Murray State UniversityRyan O. Weir, Ashley Ireland
This paper aims to describe the development of one transactional access/pay‐per‐view model and its current and anticipated impact on ILL at one US university.
A survey of interlibrary loans at Rud‐‐er Bošković Institute Library, Croatia, 2003‐2008Bojan Macan, Sofija Konjević
The purpose of this survey is to evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of interlibrary loan (ILL) at the RBI Library in Croatia.
The National Union Catalogue of Scientific Serials in India (NUCSSI) on the webRekha Mittal
This paper aims to describe the development of the Indian National Union Catalogue for Scientific Serials (NUCSSI).
Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature: 73Mike McGrath
The purpose of this paper is to review the current LIS literature for document supply and related issues.