Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 42 Issue 4


Table of contents - Special Issue: Resource Discovery and Delivery: Back to the Future

The impact of global trends on ILDS

Beth Posner

The purpose of this article surveys two recent library trend reports to identify key developments likely to impact how librarians, and particularly interlending and…


Demand-driven acquisition at HKUST library: the new normal

Catherine S.Y. Kwok, Diana L.H. Chan, Ada S.M. Cheung, Ming Kan Wong

This paper aims to evaluate the impact of three concurrent demand-driven acquisition (DDA) programs on e-book collection development at Hong Kong University of Science and…

Collaborative resource sharing between public and school libraries

Daniella Smith, Misty Shea, Wei-Ning Wu

The purpose of this study was to examine youth service librarians’ use of collaborative collection development (CCD) behaviors and interlibrary loan (ILL) to collaborate…


Non-traditional library collections – in digital and other worlds

Katarina Michnik, Catarina Eriksson

The purpose of this article is to study how public libraries argue for the inclusion of non-traditional library collections and to identify public library objectives…


Digital collection development for unique users: a veterinary medicine library’s approach

Derek Hunter Marshall

– The purpose of this paper is to present analysis of collection development in a specialized collection given the demand for electronic or online content.


Mobile information services in libraries: a review of current trends in delivering information

Evgenia Vassilakaki

– This paper aims to review the literature on mobile information services. It considers only peer-reviewed papers published in English between 2004 and 2014.


Open access and document supply

Joachim Schöpfel

– This paper aims to provide an overview and update of what one actually knows about the impact of open access on inter-lending and document supply.


Viewpoint: open access – a nail in the coffin of ILL?

Mike McGrath

– The purpose of this paper is to identify the arguments for the survival of interlibrary lending (ILL) in an open access environment.


Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature: No 87

Mike McGrath

– This paper aims to review the current LIS literature for document supply and related topics.



Renamed from:

Interlending Review

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited