Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 39 Issue 3
Table of contents
ILLiad and the new brand of ILL service in the University of EdinburghMarjory Lobban
The purpose of this paper is to describe the introduction of ILLiad at the University of Edinburgh and its wider impact.
No fate but what we make? Current trends and challenges in the UK document supply communityGareth J. Johnson
This paper seeks to provide a practitioner‐based review of the broad issues, challenges and opportunities that currently exist within the UK document supply sector.
The situation facing UK public libraries and the need to change the status and approach of interlendingBen Taylor
The purpose of his paper is to describe the situation facing public libraries in the UK and specifically in London, in particular the role of interlending and the…
The Rethinking Resource Sharing Initiative: education, advocacy and inspiration for librariesBeth Posner, Evan Simpson
The purpose of this paper is to communicate the Rethinking Resource Sharing Initiative's goals and activities to an international audience of librarians concerned with…
Demand‐driven cooperative collection development: three case studies from the USAH. Austin Booth, Kathleen O'Brien
This paper aims to ask how best to integrate cooperative and demand‐driven collection development in order to simultaneously lower costs, create efficiency, reduce…
Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature: 75Mike McGrath
The purpose of this paper is to review the current LIS literature for document supply and related topics.