Friday, December 02, 2011
The British Library sign agreements with Elsevier and Taylor & Francis for document delivery outside the UK to non-commercial researchers
The British Library has signed an agreement with Elsevier and Taylor and Francis for document delivery outside the UK to non-commercial researchers. The agreement governs the supply of copies of articles from the British Library's Document Supply Service to non-commercial end users via not-for-profit libraries outside the UK. Barry Smith, Head of Commercial Services at the British Library said "We are delighted to have agreed a framework licence with Elsevier and Taylor & Francis. This means we can improve the speed of service delivery we offer to our overseas non-commercial users and augment our current Document Supply Service."