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From HI to AZ: Why are so Many Federal Documents in Hawaii Loaned to Arizona Libraries?

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Title: From HI to AZ: Why are so Many Federal Documents in Hawaii Loaned to Arizona Libraries?
Authors: Vogus, Brad
Sinclair, Gwen
Keywords: Interlibrary loans
Government documents
LC Subject Headings: Interlibrary loans - Hawaii
Interlibrary loans - Arizona
Issue Date: 19 Oct 2016
Publisher: Government Publishing Office
Citation: Vogus, B. and Sinclair, G. (2016). From HI to AZ: Why are so many federal documents in Hawaii loaned to Arizona libraries? Washington, D.C.: Government Publishing Office.
Abstract: Arizona State University and the University of Arizona accounted for 17% of interlibrary loans of federal documents from Hawaii, and 26% of Greater Western Library Association ILL loans from Hawaii over a 5-year period. This poster will explore possible reasons and implications related to consortial borrowing and interlibrary loan networks.
Description: Poster presented at the Federal Depository Library Conference in Arlington, Virginia, October 17-19, 2016
Pages/Duration: 1 page
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
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