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close this book The impact of computerization on archival finding aids: A ramp study
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The impact of computerization on archival finding aids: A ramp study

prepared by CHRISTOPHER KITCHING

Original: English

PGI-91/WS/16

Paris, October 1991

General Information Programme and UNISIST

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

This document is the photographic reproduction of the author's text

Recommended catalogue entry:

Kitching, Christopher

The impact of computerization on archival finding aids: a RAMP study / prepared by Christopher Kitching [for the] General Information Prograrmme and UNISIST. - Paris, UNESCO. 1991. - 69 p., 30 cm. - (PGI-91/WS/16)

I - Title

II - UNESCO. General Information Programme and UNISIST

III - Records and Archives Management Programme (RAMP)

© - UNESCO, 1991