Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 43 Issue 4
Table of contents
Developing responsive Resource Sharing services at an Australian regional university: University of Wollongong LibraryRebecca Daly
The purpose of this paper is to provide an update of Resource Sharing services at the University of Wollongong (UOW) Library two years after a complete review was…
Assessing the Borrow Direct engineering e-book pilotDouglas McGee
The purpose of this paper is to provide an assessment of a one-year pilot exploring the joint purchase of e-books via demand-driven acquisition (DDA) conducted by…
User analysis in the Borrow Direct marketplacePeter D. Collins
– This paper is an analysis of user demographics in the Borrow Direct resource sharing service. The paper looks to determine who uses the service and to what extent.
Promoting ILL/DD within the Jiangsu Academic Library & Information System in China by small consortiaQingkui Xi, Qian Zhang, Feng Ni, Guiting Cha, Ping Bao
This paper aims to describe and analyse the interlibrary loan and document delivery (ILL/DD) in university libraries in Jiangsu Province, China, and to evaluate the…
Article delivery using ReadCube Access: a report on use in five US librariesMark M England, Liza Weisbrod, Christy Jarvis
– This paper aims to update information on ReadCube Access and briefly reviews its history. The study also reports on the use of ReadCube Access by five US academic libraries.
To each his own: how to provide a library user with an article respecting licence agreementsSilvana Mangiaracina, Ornella Russo, Alessandro Tugnoli
This paper aims to describe the state of the art of the Italian Archivio Licenze Periodici Elettronici (ALPE) project which aims to improve the understanding of the issues…