Towards internationalisation in library and information studies proceedings of the international seminar, Parma, March 18th, 2002

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Other titlesVerso l"internazionalizzazione della formazione in biblioteconomia e in scienza dell"informazione
Statementedited by Anna Maria Tammaro.
ContributionsTammaro, Anna Maria., University of Northumbria at Newcastle. School of Information Studies., Universit`a di Parma. Dipartimento Beni Culturali. Sezione Beni Librari
The Physical Object
Pagination122, 128 p., [1] leaf of plates :
Number of Pages128
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Open LibraryOL21095009M
ISBN 108885297560

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