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Development of management information system for academic libraries concepts, principles and outline research programme by P. S. Braisby

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Published by British Library Research and Development Department in London .
Written in English


  • Management information systems -- Great Britain.,
  • Libraries, University and college -- Great Britain -- Automation.,
  • Libraries, University and college -- Great Britain -- Administration.

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Edition Notes

At head of title, INBUCON.

StatementP.S. Braisby, J.I. Menzies, C.A. Waghorn.
SeriesBritish Library research paper -- 26
ContributionsMenzies, J. I., Waghorn, C. A., Inbucon Management Consultants.
LC ClassificationsZ675.U5
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Paginationv,45p. ;
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22175205M
ISBN 10071233131X

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