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The British Library Lending Division and the J B Morrell Library of the University of York cooperate to provide courses on the structure and use of bibliographies and reference material in the humanities. Members of the courses receive specialist instruction and undertake detailed bibliographic...
Demand for documents in the United States has grown through use of computer searching so that now about 25 million documents are requested annually from offsite sources. There is no central organisation for document access and collections are widely scattered, with little information on the...
Planned sharing of material resources in the Caribbean has not received much attention from librarians, and most work has concentrated on what resources are currently available. In a previous survey interlibrary loans were found to be the most important aspect of library cooperation and a new...
Detailed consideration is given to the ability of the interlending system of the Federal Republic of Germany to supply locations for postwar German language monographs, and to a recent analysis of interlending in France. Other aspects covered are the costs and performance of a cooperative...
This survey is similar to, though broader in scope than, a survey on monograph locations held in 1974. For this survey the broadest possible definition of location was used including positive locations from our own and published union lists and speculative locations including cases where, for...
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