It would be great to have a list of those institutions that might supply
Speaking for LSE, we haven't had the chance to do a systematic overview
of our licences but we do check them when we get a request. I have a
list of the ones we know about.
Fortunately our serials and data librarians are very good about looking
up the licences - I appreciate a lot of institutions don't have the
resources for this.
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This sounds like a great idea.
As far as I'm aware there isn't a document which shows who will and
supply electronic items. We've recently begun checking licensing
agreements to see if we can supply electronic items, although it's only
trial at the moment as the information is only available to higher grade
staff and they are very busy.
Best wishes, Pete.
--On 05 November 2011 09:42 +0000 Rose Salmon <[log in to unmask]>
> Dear all,
> Tongue in cheek subject line but a headache for all of us trying to
> satisfy requests from e resources. Being a young parr in the fast
> river of experience that is the ILL community, I have a couple of
> questions I'd like to pose to everyone regarding supply of items from
> sources (books or journals).
> 1. Is there a database/spreadsheet/list of locations held by anyone
> indicates who will loan/ who might loan/who returns a blanket 'no'
> response to any request? 2. If not I would really like know what your
> institutional policy is regarding supply of this type of requests? It
> would be a great help to me a great deal in dealing with this type of
> request if I knew who not to approach thereby saving unnecessary time
> effort for both parties.
> Happy to collate and share any information I receive for the benefit
> Rose Salmon
> ILLs Lincoln
Inter-Library Loan and Document Supply Supervisor
Arts and Social Sciences Library
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