Document supply in Canada presents many challenges because of the relatively small population spread over vast distances but with the majority concentrated along the United States border, There are large distances between many population centres making the timely delivery of library materials to users in these areas problematic. In an attempt to address these issues the National Library of Canada has undertaken a number of studies and initiatives. Describes some of these studies and provides a brief description of potential solutions.
Interlending & Document Supply – Emerald Publishing
Published: Sep 1, 1994
Keywords: Canada; Delivery services; Document image processing; Information centres; Interlending; Libraries; Postal services; Telecommunications
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