Managing and archiving records in the digital era changing professional orientations

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Published by Hier + Jetzt in Baden [Switzerland] .

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StatementNiklaus Bütikofer, Hans Hofman, Seamus Ross.
ContributionsBütikofer, Niklaus., Hofman, J., 1948-, Ross, Seamus, 1957-
LC ClassificationsCD974.4 .M35 2006
The Physical Object
Pagination131 p. ;
Number of Pages131
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Open LibraryOL16933168M
ISBN 103039190199
ISBN 109783039190195
LC Control Number2008400991

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