Transborder dataflow of library and information services
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Transborder dataflow of library and information services an overview and a policy checklist by Adam Wysocki

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Published by General Information Programme and UNISIST, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization] in [Paris .
Written in English


  • Transborder data flow.,
  • Library information networks.,
  • Information networks.

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Statementprepared by Adam Wysocki for IFLA, under contract to the Unesco Information Programme.
ContributionsUnesco. General Information Programme., UNISIST (Program), International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions.
The Physical Object
Pagination46 p.
Number of Pages46
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15180439M

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