Digital Social Science Lab: Incubating data information literacy

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Digital Social Science Lab : Incubating data information literacy. / Svendsen, Michael; Lauersen, Christian Ulrich.

2015.

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Svendsen, M & Lauersen, CU 2015, 'Digital Social Science Lab: Incubating data information literacy'. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.30985

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Svendsen, M., & Lauersen, C. U. (2015). Digital Social Science Lab: Incubating data information literacy. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.30985

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Svendsen M, Lauersen CU. Digital Social Science Lab: Incubating data information literacy. 2015. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.30985

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Svendsen, Michael ; Lauersen, Christian Ulrich. / Digital Social Science Lab : Incubating data information literacy. 1 p.

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