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Several members of this journal's editorial advisory board give brief views on how they see the future of interlending and document supply. The article concludes with an overview of these contributions, together with additional comments by an editorial board member
While document delivery of journal articles has seen some remarkable progress, interlibrary loan (ILL) of monographs is still carried out in the way it started; to satisfy the need of a single user the book is delivered from site to site by post. The BOOKS2U! project will investigate the...
During the year 2000 over 100 Australian libraries across all sectors participated in a comprehensive study of interlending and document delivery. The study used a survey to measure costs, turnaround time, fill rate and user satisfaction. The survey was based on the Association of Research...
In the early 1980s the state of Illinois formed a state-wide resource sharing consortium under a state network called ILLINET, founded on an OCLC-based bibliographic database and a consortium of 18 regional library systems. This consortium successfully supported resource sharing among all types...
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