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The IRSC Scheme ended on 31 December 1973 after the British Library had undertaken to provide loan access to current British nonfiction monographs. The scheme is described briefly. The results of a survey to determine the nature of the problem posed by requests from the regions for items out of...
The publications of the BLLD, including several new ones, are listed and briefly described.
Interlibrary loanphotocopy systems can be compared on several grounds including speed, cost and satisfaction rate. This paper looks at the first and examines the viability of one or more international centres providing backup services to national library resources. The study was carried out at...
This study was undertaken to investigate the efficiency of BLLD services. For 10 working days in May 1974 every sixth loan, photocopy or microform reproduction, loan form and telex reply leaving BLLD was intercepted. For each one the following details were recorded
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