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The past year has been dominated by the publication of several major reports on library and information provision, all of which have implications for the interlending network. Aims to examine some of the issues raised in the reports and comment on their impact on ILL and co‐operation. Highlights...
Difficulties in paying for international interlibrary transactions is often given as one of the major barriers to effective interlibrary lending. Problems include lack of a specific ILL budget, the requirement that some libraries must pass all money earned from services provided direct to the...
High speed networks, such as the UK′s SuperJANET, present opportunities for new dissemination. The SuperJournal project in 1993 explored the possibilities with electronic versions of journal articles from nine publishers using four different interfaces. To support user retrieval strategies...
Reviews the recently published literature on access versus acquisitions; electronic document delivery and electronic publishing; resource sharing. Considers developments in the Universal Availability of Publications concept, and looks at the interlending of non‐print material, especially music....
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