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Describes a number of experiments with electronic documentdelivery, and the copyright problems that are affecting its use.Considers the inadequacies of interlending for the user, theinterlending in Eastern Europe and Australia. Outlines the impact ofCDROM on document supply and suggests that...
Discusses the problem of providing access to information using newtechnology while still allowing information producers and providers toearn revenue. Considers whether copyright guidelines should be extendedto new media, other possible solutions to copyright protection, and thefuture for...
Discusses the arguments for and against the trend of charging forinterlibrary loans. Considers the costs of interlending, sources ofinformation, the charging situation in the United Kingdom, Europe,former USSR, USA and Canada, and Australia, as well as the reasons fornot charging transaction...
Examines the way subscription agents must adapt to changing marketneeds as intermediaries between libraries and publishers. Compares thevalue of printed journals as a means of disseminating academicinformation with the cost advantages of electronic media. Surmises thatwhile printed journals...
Analyses journal demand received by one of Spains two documentsupply centres in one year. Examines data in the following categoriesmost frequently requested subjects, age of documents, countries wherethe original journals are published, the most requested foreign andSpanish journals, and the...
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