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Applications of ICT in Libraries

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Applications of ICT in Libraries

Publisher: Wikibooks
Number of pages: 268

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Contents: Diploma ICTL; Advanced Diploma ICTL; Locating Information; Supporting Reader Development; Supporting Client Learning; Using ICT in Professional Practice; Safe and Legal Use of ICT; Net Navigator; Educator; Digital Culture - Online Communication; Digital Culture - Online Collaboration.

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