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Because of the concentration of interending on the British Library Lending Division, union catalogues primarily play a supportive role in Britain. All union catalogues now held at the Lending Division have their origins in the National Central Library NCL. The main one is the Union Catalogue of...
Progress in Europe between 1973 and 1978 is reviewed mainly in the context of the LIBER Seminar on International Interlibrary Lending held in Florence in 1978. The Danish interlending system is considered separately. Attention is given to a theoretical online system in Belgium and actual online...
The Federal Republic of Germany exemplifies a decentralised cooperative system of interlending. Regional library cooperation is based on seven union catalogues. The rapidly increasing demands for literature provision require new structures and techniques. Data processing and COM are therefore...
When the National Lending Library for Science and Technology was set up in 1960 one of its key concerns was with the formation of a comprehensive stock of Russian scientific periodicals, and, to complement this, a comprehensive stock of Russian scientific and technical monographs. The increased...
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