Lokale Leseförderung: Weitere 55 Bündnisse für Bildung werden in Bibliotheken aktiv

May 2014
Bibliotheksdienst;May2014, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p367
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The article announces the introduction of literacy programs by 55 German societies in collaboration with various constituent libraries of the Deutscher Bibliotheksverband e. V. library society under the "Lesen macht stark: Lesen und digitale Medien" literacy initiative.


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