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Incidental discoveries of the BUCCS project : a descript. of some of the find. concern. library catalogue use, and education for library use, which were revealed during the BUCCS experiments

Author: John H Lamble; Philip Bryant; Angela Needham
Publisher: London, 1975.
Series: University.; Comparative Catalogue Study; BUCCS final report; British Library.; Research & development reports
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John H Lamble; Philip Bryant; Angela Needham
OCLC Number: 310442509
Description: 35 S.
Series Title: University.; Comparative Catalogue Study; BUCCS final report; British Library.; Research & development reports
Responsibility: John H. Lamble; Philip Bryant; Angela Needham.

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