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In February 1994, the Library and Information Co‐operation Council recommended a review of co‐operation among library and information services and asked the Library and Information Statistical Unit to deal with the statistical aspects. The report was published in March 1995 and examines and...
Reports on a study sponsored by the Robert Vosper IFLA Fellows Programme concerning interlibrary loan policies and the restrictions on the availability of publications in selected libraries in Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico and Venezuela. The libraries were selected because of their collections on...
Libraries are increasingly dependent on remote document supply to fill gaps in their own collections. Budget restrictions sometimes lead to a situation in which the local collection is too small and there is over‐reliance on remote supply. Depicts a model by which a clear indication can be given...
Describes the change in the perception of the ADONIS project 14 years after its introduction. Outlines the original mission – to use new technology to provide copies of copyright articles more efficiently, and to take net efficiency gain as a usage or copyright fee. Details the present ADONIS...
Reviews the recent literature in electronic document delivery and “the electronic library”. Describes current trials of various retrieval systems of electronic journal and textbook projects, and examines some of the costs and benefits experienced by institutions around the world, focusing in...
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