Interlending & Document Supply: Volume 44 Issue 2

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“Access to Research”: how UK public libraries are offering access to over 15 million academic articles for free

Jonathan Griffin

The purpose of this study is to describe a unique service offering by UK public libraries that provides access to over 15 million academic articles for free.

The world is your library, or the state of international interlibrary loan in 2015

Kurt Munson, Hilary H. Thompson, Jason Cabaniss, Heidi Nance, Poul Erlandsen

The purpose of this paper is to provide preliminary results of the 2015 international interlending survey conducted by the ALA RUSA STARS International Interlibrary Loan…

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Library cooperation in Turkey: the results of a survey of ILL librarians in higher education

Sema Celikbas, Filiz Ekingen Flores Mamondi

The purpose of this study is to investigate library cooperation among the libraries of Turkish higher education institutions in the changing global environment.

The changing paradigm of document delivery – exploring researchers’ peer to peer practices

Ari Muhonen, Jarmo Saarti

By definition, interlibrary lending is a process involving two libraries. The digital revolution changed the method by which the scientific documents were disseminated…

A document delivery service for foreign scholarly journals: the experiences of South Korea

Ji Won Lee, Soojung Kim

This study aims to describe the current status and usage trends of a new document delivery service (DDS) for foreign scholarly journals in Korea.

Interlending and document supply in the Czech Republic

Ludmila Kohoutova, Pavlina Kafkova

The purpose of this paper is to present an overview of the most interesting points and currently discussed problems in the context of developments in the Czech Republic (CR).

The usage of ILLiad and Get It Now at a US medium-sized academic library over a three-year period

Megan Jaskowiak, Todd Spires

As medium-sized academic libraries’ budgets continue to shrink or cannot compete with inflation rates, document delivery options like ILLiad and unmediated Get It Now can…

Interlending and document supply: a review of the recent literature; 92

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 that have…

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0264-1615

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Interlending Review

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1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited