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The liberated enduser : developments in practice and policy for database provision to the academic community

Author: Harry East; Yvette Tilson; University of Westminster.
Publisher: [London] : University of Westminster, 1993.
Series: CCIS policy paper, no. 4.; British Library research & development reports, 6100.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harry East; Yvette Tilson; University of Westminster.
ISBN: 1859190456 9781859190456
OCLC Number: 29779836
Description: ix, 50 leaves : illustrations ; 30 cm.
Series Title: CCIS policy paper, no. 4.; British Library research & development reports, 6100.
Responsibility: Harry East & Yvette Tilson.

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