Mit RFID zu besserem Service und neuen Strukturen - das Beispiel UB Leipzig

Bauer, Charlotte
May 2016
Bibliotheksdienst;May2016, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p545
Trade Publication
Taking as example the Leipzig University Library, the necessary organisational changes for the use of RFID are explained.


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