The socio-technical design of a library and information science collaboratory

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The socio-technical design of a library and information science collaboratory. / Lassi, Monica; Sonnenwald, Diane H.

I: Information Research, Bind 18, Nr. 2, 576, 25.06.2013.

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Lassi, M & Sonnenwald, DH 2013, 'The socio-technical design of a library and information science collaboratory', Information Research, bind 18, nr. 2, 576.

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Lassi, M., & Sonnenwald, D. H. (2013). The socio-technical design of a library and information science collaboratory. Information Research, 18(2), [576].

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Lassi M, Sonnenwald DH. The socio-technical design of a library and information science collaboratory. Information Research. 2013 jun 25;18(2). 576.

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Lassi, Monica ; Sonnenwald, Diane H. / The socio-technical design of a library and information science collaboratory. I: Information Research. 2013 ; Bind 18, Nr. 2.

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