Five-year report and evaluation of the library-faculty partnership project, 1973-1978
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Five-year report and evaluation of the library-faculty partnership project, 1973-1978

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Published by Computer Microfilm International Corporation in Arlington .
Written in English

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StatementDennis E. Robison, Ernest C. Bolt.
SeriesEric reports
ContributionsBolt, Ernest C.
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Open LibraryOL19712576M

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