TITLE

Tlacov� agent�ra kni�n�c -- jednoduch� cesta d�unglou inform�ci� / Celoslovensk� kni�nicn� port�l pre citatelsk� verejnost

AUTHOR(S)
Dohovicov�, Andrea
PUB. DATE
December 2012
SOURCE
ITlib: Informacne Technologie a Kniznice;2012, Issue 4, p44
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Within the "Into the library 2 -- Caught by the Reading Bug" campaign, the Library Press Agency was developed as a marketing tool for use by libraries throughout Slovakia. It is directed towards the general public -- adults, children and young people, present and potential readers as well as journalists.
ACCESSION #
84759194

 

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