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Belgium, one of the smaller European Union countries, has long since integrated its interlending and document supply in a truly European context and 20 per cent of all supplies come from the document supply centres of neighbouring countries. The Belgian electronic document-ordering system,...
Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (CISTI)'s history in resource sharing, both in Canada and internationally, was described in a previous article. This paper updates CISTI's resource-sharing activities in the intervening two years. CISTI, as a document supplier and...
This article is based on a study undertaken for an MSc dissertation looking at the impact of electronic journals on the relationship between acquisitions, inter-library loans and journals departments in academic libraries. The study shows that, although electronic journals may be affecting...
The article describes the development and the functionality of the document delivery service subito as a decentralised, co-operative model involving 27 libraries. Special attention is given to questions of copyright.
Presents an overview and evaluation of the technical options available for e-books and their potential for document supply.
XML is a standard used to create a text-based structure for storing information. It is a set of rules used to lay out text to make it easy to navigate for computer programs. It works by separating style from content, a simple but revolutionary concept that is very applicable to the library and...
This paper reviews current trends in interlending and document supply in Ireland and speculates on the issues and implications raised by the increase in British Library interlending and document supply charges. The pressures on library and information services, both public and academic, to...
The consequences of electronic publishing continue to manifest themselves in the 110 journals scanned for this literature review. Pricing, access, e-books and e-journals are amongst the issues considered in this issue's literature review. Further criticism of the publishing sector is identified...
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