Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 39 Issue 4
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A domestic monograph collection assessment in Illinois academic libraries: what are we buying and how is it used?Lynn Wiley, Tina E. Chrzastowski, Stephanie Baker
The purpose of this paper is to determine how the I‐Share collection serves its members, focusing on the state‐wide use of I‐Share domestic monographs (2003‐2008) by…
Document supply in DenmarkLeif Andresen, Helle Brink
The purpose of this paper is to present the Danish inter‐library lending (ILL) environment with the focus on its current status, the level of automation and future development.
ILL transactions – a next step? The Danish experience and new possibilitiesLeif Andresen
The purpose of this paper is to show a new route for inter‐library lending (ILL) standards.
Interlending and document supply in the context of Spanish library consortiaMercedes Echeverría, Sonsoles Jiménez
The paper's aim is to provide insights into interlending and document supply (ILDS) practices in Spain in the current environment of library consortia and to present…
New developments at Copac: access to the merged online catalogues of major UK and Irish academic librariesLisa Jeskins, Shirley Cousins
This paper's aim is to describe recent developments at Copac – the service that gives access to the merged catalogues of many online catalogues of major university…
Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature: 76Mike McGrath
The purpose of this paper is to provide a review of the literature concerning interlending and document supply and related matters.
Ten years as editor of ILDS and 35 years in ILL and document supply: thoughts of the outgoing editorMike McGrath
The aim is to distil the knowledge gained in 10 years of editing ILDS and 35 years in the business.
The end user enabled: the development of a UK wide resource sharing network for public librariesRobert Froud, Elisabeth Robinson
This paper aims to describe the initiative to establish a National Union Catalogue for UK Public Libraries.