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Information Technology, Information Literacy,
and the International Baccalaureate.

presented at the
Headmasters and Coordinators Conference
IB Diploma - A Preparation for Life
Liverpool, October 30 - November 1, 1998

John Royce
(then Librarian, International School Hamburg)
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Bibliography / Sources

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John Royce, BA, MLib, ALA
Library Director, Robert College
Arnavutköy, TR-80820 Istanbul, Turkey.

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