Interlending and Document Supply in Europe
G. P. Cornish
General Information Programme and UNISIST, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 1990 - Document delivery - 150 pages
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500 requests academic library received Austria Basic interlending system Belgium BLDSC Britain conventional mail countries outside Europe countries within Europe Czechoslovakia database electronic mail Federal Republic Finland flows The countries German Democratic Republic Germany Hungary interlending systems took interlending traffic Turnover international interlending systems International interlending traffic international requests International satisfaction rates International traffic flows Language of requests least 80 less than 100 libraries made less libraries received less libraries reported libraries with significant Library population Method of Request monographs National interlending traffic National Library Netherlands Norway number of current number of requests received between 1,000 Replies to requests Republic of Germany Request and Supply requests and received requests Libraries requests sent requests they received requests were received requests were sent satisfied at least satisfy 90 serials special library received Switzerland telex took an average Turnover of requests union catalogues United Kingdom USSR Volume of traffic Yugoslavia