UniSA Library's Document Delivery service includes: INTERLIBRARY LOANS (the supply of documents and other materials from other libraries) and intercampus photocopying.
Systems for obtaining documents that are not held by a library, whether this is done by interlibrary loan, supply from a central repository, or supply from an electronic store of documents.
A term describing traditional interlibrary loan, in which a library borrows or lends materials to another library, combined with a library's borrowing or purchase of articles from commercial online lenders on behalf of its patrons (such services may or may not be free to the patron).
The process of obtaining library materials from off campus. These may be books, videos, and other circulating material from the Tempe or West campus collections, or photocopies of articles from journals anywhere in the world. In many other libraries this is called interlibrary loan.
library unit that arranges the loan of material for staff and postgraduate students from other libraries throughout the world
The supply, for retention, of a document ( journal article, book chapter etc) to a third party by means of copying, in compliance with all copyright regulations, and delivering it to the requester (by hand, post, electronically)
A fee-based library service that allows UC Davis students and faculty to request the temporary transfer of material (articles, books) between campus libraries to facilitate access.
a service provided by the library to gain access to materials that cannot be found at RMIT University Library. For more information, visit the Document Delivery Service.
A service of the library which ships requested library materials to distance education students.
Service to provide users with access to articles located elsewhere. The Library pays to provide this service. E, F (No entries)
The library department that handles patrons' requests to borrow materials from another library, and fulfills such requests for our materials.
Document delivery services allow people to search on-line databases of journals' tables of contents, as well as order copies of the articles found in a database.
An express service which enables the University community to get copies of articles that the library does not own. Document delivery usually takes from two to five working days. ERIC Documents: Generally, unpublished education related literature distributed by the Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC). They typically include descriptions and evaluations of programs, research reports and surveys, curriculum and teaching guides, instructional materials, position papers, and resource materials. ERIC documents are identified by ED numbers in the ERIC database. Field: A segment of a database record for searching and display. Some typical fields include the title, author, publication date, and abstract.
at Purdue, it is the delivery to a library patron of a book he/she has requested from another library on campus.
The provision of a required item to a user. Originally the physical supply of a book or journal. Now also includes delivery by photocopy, fax, e-mail, and other electronic means.
At UNB, the service that manages Interlibrary Loan and other methods of obtaining materials the library does not own. See also: Interlibrary Loan Document Delivery Online Form
A journal article supply service. The articles are supplied either by other libraries or by specialised agencies.
A service which allows users to order copies of materials, usually journal articles, from sources outside the library. See Interlibrary Loan.
(formerly Interlibrary Loan) A service that allows you to borrow library materials from another library. You can request items that are not currently available or are not owned by Tisch Library, including materials at the Vet School Library and the Health Sciences Library. There is no charge for this service. Document delivery forms may be completed in paper at the reference desk or online.
Service that provides library-owned materials to patrons and other customers. May include electronic and physical delivery of items.
A system that delivers an item (a book or article) to a library either from another library or a computer database. ABC Express delivers books and journals to the library, Interlibrary Loan is another example of document delivery.
A service which allows users to order copies of materials, usually journal articles, via an online communications link. The document may be delivered by mail, fax, email, or sent directly to the user's workstation. See also Interlibrary Loan.
Document delivery services allow users to order copies of materials, usually journal articles, via an online communications link. The document may be delivered by mail, fax, or e-mail; or sent directly to the user's terminal. Documents ordered in this manner are generally paid for by the user.
Service that provides copies of articles, books, or other items, either as part of Interlibrary Loan (see below) or of in-house items.
A service provided to NSU distance students only whereby books, journals, theses, etc. are delivered to students. There are no charges for this service except for the return postage for books. For details and request forms see Document Delivery.