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Re: Interlibrary Loan; was RE: FW: Article needed

Title: Re: Interlibrary Loan; was RE: FW: Article needed

Another suggestion bypassing all inconveniences of the solutions suggested so far: Go on the web, find the author’s e-mail address, and ask him personally for a copy of his/her paper.


On 4/29/10 7:02 AM, "Maher, Rob" <rmaher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

A gentle suggestion:
When seeking article reprints, I’ve found that it is very convenient to consult a local reference librarian and use interlibrary loan (ILL) services—which are typically free of charge and fully legitimate. One or two day turnaround in many cases.

From: AUDITORY - Research in Auditory Perception [mailto:AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Mark Summers


Please could people refrain from sending articles to the whole list without permission from the copyright owner (I'm making an assumption in this case - please correct me if I'm wrong).

It makes us Copyright Officers a wee bit jumpy...