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Some current problems on interlibrary loan services in the Japanese biomedical library network: A report based on a survey to the member libraries of the Japan Medical Library Association
The survey was conducted to find a current situation of interlibrary loan services in the member libraries of the Japan Medical Library Association (JMLA). The eighty-seven member libraries were sent the questionaire concerning their amount of services and daily operations in 1982, and the returned answers were filled 100 percent. JMLA which was started in 1927, made a considerble contribution to supply literatures or their photocopies among the libraries including libraries outside JMLA.doi:10.7142/igakutoshokan.31.391 fatcat:7t4exx2fn5boroegmu2d5u6l2m