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Previously published as BLL Review and then Interlending Review
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Interlending & Document Supply aims to cover a wide range of activities relating to document provision and supply, from traditional approaches to the use of advanced technologies, both within and between countries worldwide. It publishes articles which have accepted by the Editor after consultation with appropriate experts including Editorial Advisers.
The fast, accurate and efficient provision of documents is the hallmark of a well-run library. Information is now exchanged within countries and internationally, and librarians who understand the broad uses of their information sourcing and retrieval systems will offer the best service in this area. This journal keeps you informed of all innovations in the field.
As the volume of technical and professional literature increases in all fields, it is increasingly important for librarians to keep pace with new technology and better ways of administering traditional supply procedures, so that they can continue to provide professional services in document retrieval and supply.
Senior librarians and professionals in the field responsible for information and document supply.
Interlending & Document Supply is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald Library Studies eJournals Collection. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Emerald Library Studies eJournals Collection page.
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