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To obtain a national picture of interlibrary lending in the UK, a survey of all libraries was carried out in February 1977, with an approximate 75 response. A third of all requests was for monographs, 56 for serials. Half the demand came from academic libraries, 16 from public libraries, and a...
A study of 1,696 loan requests satisfied by the British Library Lending Division showed that approximately 3 are for journals that used to be taken by the borrowing library but are not now being acquired. In the light of a survey of the way librarians in the UK make decisions on journal...
The impact of telefacsimile in the United States has been negligible, only three states having statewide telefacsimile networks. The speed of service achieved by the use of telefacsimile to transmit journal articles is offset by high costs and the need for libraries to change their interlibrary...
Physical access to material has largely been taken for granted but as interlibrary lending has increased so the design of interlending systems needs to be examined. 21 principles of interending systems that are likely to be valid in the great majority of countries are listed, each with a brief...
The National Central Library and later the National Lending Library for Science and Technology had always, as part of their services, provided libraries with locations or passed requests to possible sources when the items required were not in the stocks of these two institutions. These practices...
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