Library information sharing. Best practices and trends. Challenges and prospects

Beth Posner

Abstrakt


Libraries share information with each other, through interlibrary loan services, so that their library users can access more of the world of information than is available in any one library. When supported with enough budget, staff and authority to do so, library resource sharing specialists can facilitate information access in a variety of traditional and innovative ways, including and beyond lending and borrowing print and digital information. Best practices, trends and new solutions for library resource sharing are reviewed. International cooperation is also highlighted.


Słowa kluczowe


interlibrary loan services; interlending; library resource sharing;

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