Items where Division is "Perpustakaan Sultan Abdul Samad" and Year is 2011

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Abdullah, Akiza Roswati (2011) Perpustakaan akademik sebagai sebuah organisasi pembelajaran: masalah dan halangan. In: Seminar Kebangsaan Perpustakaan Akademik, 5-7 Jul 2011, Hotel Grand Riverview Kota Bharu, Kelantan. (Unpublished)

Abdullah, Salmah (2011) Customer satisfaction survey on library collection. In: Asia-Pacific Conference on Library & Information Education & Practice, 22-24 June 2011, Pullman, Putrajaya.

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Hamzah, Norhazura and Ab Rahman, Azwana and Abu Bakar, Nor Hajar and Maamor, Haslawati (2011) Program literasi maklumat: senario di Perpustakaan Sultan Abdul Samad, Universiti Putra Malaysia. In: Seminar Kebangsaan Perpustakaan Akademik, 5-7 Jul 2011, Hotel Grand Riverview Kota Bharu, Kelantan. (Unpublished)

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Md Ishak, Amir Hussain and Sahak, Mohd Dasuki (2011) Discovering the right key performance indicators in libraries: a review of literatures. In: 1st PERPUN International Conference and Workshop On Key Performance Indicators For Libraries 2011, 17-19 Okt 2011, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor Bahru.

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S., Samsul Farid and Mat, Shaifol Yazam (2011) Use of library information technology services in Perpustakaan Sultan Abdul Samad, UPM: users' perceptions. In: Seminar Kebangsaan Perpustakaan Akademik, 5-7 Jul 2011, Hotel Grand Riverview Kota Bharu, Kelantan. (Unpublished)

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