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A seminar on interlibrary lending in Western Europe was held in September 1983, to review the present situation and consider future development. Papers were presented on the position in 16 countries. Good statistics are generally lacking on both demand and performance, document supply has been...
The need for adequate access to documents continues to grow, as does the total volume of the world's publications. Improvements in bibliographic control in the last 10 years have led both to fuller coverage of documents and to better and faster access to references. Document access relies more...
Information technology is gradually making an impact on the organization of interlending. Bibliographic access is improving but document delivery has not kept pace. Rapid developments in electronic publishing and optical disc technology are likely to change this, although cost will be a barrier...
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