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Copyright licensing has developed throughout the world as the main solution to problems caused by photocopying and electronic copying. This article traces the history of negotiations between rights owners and users of materials and the establishment of working relationships between authors and...
Document delivery is a fast‐changing practice, being highly subject to economic and technological developments. The FIDDO project, supported by the UK Electronic Libraries Programme, has as a major objective to supply relevant and up‐to‐date information to library managers in this dynamic field....
Increasingly, services that were the preserve of the “traditional” library are being made more available to the end‐user. Many information suppliers are specifically targeting end‐users and offering them direct document access, retrieval and delivery. Where does this leave the information...
Examines key issues and important developments in UK interlending during 1998. Provides an update on progress in various document delivery projects, including those of eLib, and highlights the importance of the ISO ILL protocol. Also summarises the work of the clumps projects, yet questions how...
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