An overview of electronic document request and delivery research

An overview of electronic document request and delivery research This paper presents an overview of past and present research projects associated with electronic document delivery. The paper briefly outlines the Follet Report and introduces the UK's Electronics Libraries Programme, including the recently funded Focused Investigation of Document Delivery FIDDO project at Loughborough University. Four research areas have been identified as follows resource sharing projects network communication projects electronic scanning projects and electronic document delivery systems. Conclusions highlight the major impact that technological developments are currently having on this area, the need for librarians to reassess their role in the information chain, and the need for delivery systems capable of handling different formats and a wider coverage of material to satisfy requests. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Electronic Library Emerald Publishing

An overview of electronic document request and delivery research

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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0264-0473
DOI
10.1108/eb045507
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Abstract

This paper presents an overview of past and present research projects associated with electronic document delivery. The paper briefly outlines the Follet Report and introduces the UK's Electronics Libraries Programme, including the recently funded Focused Investigation of Document Delivery FIDDO project at Loughborough University. Four research areas have been identified as follows resource sharing projects network communication projects electronic scanning projects and electronic document delivery systems. Conclusions highlight the major impact that technological developments are currently having on this area, the need for librarians to reassess their role in the information chain, and the need for delivery systems capable of handling different formats and a wider coverage of material to satisfy requests.

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The Electronic LibraryEmerald Publishing

Published: May 1, 1996

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