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Describes the interlending system in the USSR before its disintegration to form the CIS. Examines the present situation in the light of recent political and economic developments. As member states assert their independence the former system has become unworkable. Many libraries are no longer...
The Southern Illinois University at Carbondale (SIUC) Library, which is a member of the Association of Research Libraries with holdings exceeding 2,000,000 volumes and current serial subscriptions numbering more than 14,000, intended to serve a constituency of 25,000 graduate and undergraduate...
Describes a workshop on the universal availability of publications (UAP) in francophone West Africa held at the National Library, Côte d’Ivoire, with participants from Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Togo. The meeting was organized by the...
Discusses the problems and triumphs encountered while setting up Marcel, a prototype electronic document delivery system being tested at the University of Northern Colorado, USA; and the progression from sending MIME messages to each other, and then to individual patrons. Touches briefly on...
Reviews current literature relevant to interlending and document supply. Covers guides, directories and standards; surveys; statistics; OCLC; ILL management systems; online searching systems; Red Sage; access versus holdings; copyright; availability of material; and the end‐user. Gives a brief...
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