025.6 Circulation services (including document delivery and ILL)

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025.6 Circulation services (including document delivery and ILL)

025.0 Dissemination of Japanese Academic Journals over the Internet Article detailing an Internet based document delivery service, NACSIS-ELS, established in April 1997. The copyright charging strategy is discussed for two models, an individual user model and an institutional use model. Other issues related to electronic journals are also mentioned such as security protection measures, academic society activities over the Internet, and issues for the establishment of globally distributed digital libraries.

025.0 Document Delivery Beyond 2000 Conference Abstracts of papers presented at a 1998 conference to determine the effectiveness of document delivery services and ways in which they may be improved. Technical, management, legal and financial issues are discussed.

025.6 EDDIS: Electronic Document Delivery: The Integrated Solution The EDDIS project has been funded under the Electronic Libraries Programme to produce an integrated end user driven identification, holdings discovery, ordering and electronic supply service for document delivery.

025.62 Interlibrary Loan Application Standards Maintenance Agency Information about ISO 10160, ISO 10161-1 and ISO 10161-2, with lists of national and international implementor groups and related papers, tutorials and bibliography.

025.6 Just-in-Time: Electronic Article Delivery Services Annotated links to projects, products, and services which are investigating or providing access to individual articles or chapters from journals, magazines, or newspapers, without individual or institutional subscription. Entries are organised in categories that characterise the scope of service.

025.6 LAMDA: London And Manchester Document Access Project aiming to set up the cooperative structure to provide a document delivery service to the users of academic libraries in London and Manchester.

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