Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 44 Issue 1


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Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature; 91

Mike McGrath

This paper aims to review the current library and information science (LIS) literature for document supply, resource sharing and other issues such as open access (OA) that…

UK theses and the British Library EThOS service: from supply on demand to repository linking

Sara Gould

This paper aims to describe the transition of EThOS, the British Library’s E-Theses Online service, from its original role as a transactional document supply service to…

Using automatic storage for ILL – experiences from the National Repository Library in Norway

Helen Sakrihei

– The purpose of this paper is to share the Norwegian Repository Library (RL)’s experiences with an automatic storage for interlibrary lending (ILL).

Copac developments and the Copac Collection Management service

Shirley Cousins, Diana Massam

This paper aims to describe major developments at Copac, including changes that facilitate use for interlibrary loan activity, introduce the Copac Collections Management…


ILL and collection management in Norwegian Public Libraries

Cathrine Undhjem, Arnhild Tveikra

The purpose of this paper is to present and discuss the results from a survey on interlibrary loan (ILL) in Norwegian public libraries. Work processes within ILL have…

Interlending and document supply in the NHS: a North West case study

Steven William Glover, Sarah Louise Glover

This paper aims to report on the interlending and document supply activity across the North West of England carried out by health libraries in the National Health Service…

Revisiting the cataloging of free Internet resources at the University of Denver

Christopher C. Brown, Erin Elzi

This paper aims to present updated statistics demonstrating the value of cataloging free Internet resources and the challenges of batch loading, vendor records, electronic…



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Interlending Review

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1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited