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The majority of the articles reviewed this time deal with ILL and public libraries in one way or another. The review begins by looking at school libraries and their ability to handle ILL requests satisfactorily amongst themselves and then examines several papers critical of networking in public...
This paper looks at the link between levels of library acquisition and interlibrary loan demand, using data from 12 libraries over the period 197576 to 198485. The authors suggest that the link between the two items is less simple than might at first appear the results of their survey show no...
This article explores the relationship of commercial document delivery services with libraries in an arena traditionally dominated by interlibrary services, focusing on the supply of article photocopies. Major trends in interlibrary lending and private sector services are summarized. Commercial...
This article opens with an examination of the information system in Kenya and goes on to highlight the lack of formal cooperative agreements in the country's library system. An obstacle to resource sharing is the desire of many libraries to maintain the independence of their own collections. The...
The OCLC Interlibrary Loan Subsystem became available for use 1 April 1979. The advantages and disadvantages of the ILL Subsystem are examined, as well as the composition and use of the OCLC online union catalogue. Library staffing has had to change because of the way some tasks are now...
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