A journal use study made easier with bar codes: Collecting

Macklin, Lisa A.
December 1997
SISAC News;Winter97/Spring98, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p24
Reprints the article `A Journal Use Study Made Easier With Bar Codes: Collecting Data and Running Reports,' which appeared in the July, August, September 1997 issue of `At Your Service.'


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