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Libraries that provide document delivery services have traditionally adopted new technologies to acquiring documents from or supplying documents to other institutions. Microfilm, photographic reproduction, electromechanical image storage and retrieval, xerography, electronic order transmission,...
With developments throughout the world, including the recent publication of the Report of the Register of Copyright in the USA on photocopying in libraries, a general overview of copyright as it relates to reprographic reproduction and interlending is appropriate. The European Community is in...
The growth in the output of theses has led to calls both for improved control and availability and for reform of a system that is out of control. The growth in output does not seem to be matched by growth in use. While national bibliographic control of theses has long been practiced in some...
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