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The Commission of the European Communities initiated over 19831986 a set of experiments in electronic publishing and electronic document delivery, in order to test the performance, costs and user acceptance of such systems. The experiments aimed to break the mould of conventional electronic...
A study of the reasons why public libraries in the Province of Ontario, Canada, participate in interlending reveals two philosophies. Some librarians and writers believe that interlending is a part of the library community's obligation for universal availability of publications. Others see it as...
Faced with the obvious impossibility of remaining totally selfsufficient whilst trying to maintain collections and services in difficult economic times, many librarians have turned to resource sharing as the answer to their problems. This article aims to review the ever growing field of...
Interlending in the British Isles has not changed significantly in the year 198788. Demand within regions rose slightly, as did use of BLDSC. The development of Library & Information Plans may improve access considerably. New copyright laws may affect library cooperation, as would the...
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