Interlibrary loan in federally supported libraries
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Interlibrary loan in federally supported libraries an analysis of the England report and comparison with other surveys concerning ILL in federal libraries by Vivian Cummins

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Published by Federal Libraries Liaison Office, National Library of Canada in [Ottawa] .
Written in English


  • England, Claire.,
  • Interlibrary loans -- Canada.,
  • Government libraries -- Canada.

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Statementprepared by Vivian Cummins.
ContributionsNational Library of Canada. Federal Libraries Liaison Office.
The Physical Object
Pagination16 leaves.
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19237403M

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Interlibrary Loan enables all Clemson University students, faculty and staff to borrow material from libraries around the world at no cost to them. 1. Is the item available in the Clemson Libraries? The Interlibrary Loan Service allows patrons to request materials needed for their research that are not owned by UMBC. ILL is available at no charge to current UMBC faculty, students and staff. However, a cap may be set on the $ amount requested for payment. Interlibrary Loan (ILL) ODL provides access to many materials, books, audiobooks and videos to public libraries through interlibrary loan. Choose your preferred format by selecting one of the icons above the search bar. Enter subject, title, or author and click the search icon to find it in  WorldCat Discovery. Interlibrary Loan. Click here to login to Interlibrary Loan. All materials can be checked out at the Circulation Desk on the First Floor. Phone: Borrowing Policies. Connection Cards are required to check out all materials. By checking out materials with your Connection Card/Library Card, you agree to all regulations stated in the Circulation Policy. Loan period.

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