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1985 supplement to CALLISTO : a directory of new technology in use in UK schools of library and information studies.

Author: J M Day; Newcastle upon Tyne Polytechnic Products Ltd. (GB); British Library, London (GB). Research and Development Department.
Publisher: 1985.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J M Day; Newcastle upon Tyne Polytechnic Products Ltd. (GB); British Library, London (GB). Research and Development Department.
ISBN: 0906471354 9780906471357
OCLC Number: 81230741
Notes: Supplement to BLRDR 5801.
Description: 13 pages

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