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Lars Bækgaard

Interaction in Information Systems - Beyond Human-Computer Interaction

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Interaction in Information Systems - Beyond Human-Computer Interaction. / Bækgaard, Lars.

2006. Paper præsenteret ved ALOIS'06 - Action in Language, Organisation, and Information Systems, Borås, Sverige.

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Bækgaard, L 2006, 'Interaction in Information Systems - Beyond Human-Computer Interaction', Paper fremlagt ved ALOIS'06 - Action in Language, Organisation, and Information Systems, Borås, Sverige, 01/11/2006 - 02/11/2006.

APA

Bækgaard, L. (2006). Interaction in Information Systems - Beyond Human-Computer Interaction. Paper præsenteret ved ALOIS'06 - Action in Language, Organisation, and Information Systems, Borås, Sverige.

CBE

Bækgaard L. 2006. Interaction in Information Systems - Beyond Human-Computer Interaction. Paper præsenteret ved ALOIS'06 - Action in Language, Organisation, and Information Systems, Borås, Sverige.

MLA

Bækgaard, Lars Interaction in Information Systems - Beyond Human-Computer Interaction. ALOIS'06 - Action in Language, Organisation, and Information Systems, 01 nov. 2006, Borås, Sverige, Paper, 2006. 12 s.

Vancouver

Bækgaard L. Interaction in Information Systems - Beyond Human-Computer Interaction. 2006. Paper præsenteret ved ALOIS'06 - Action in Language, Organisation, and Information Systems, Borås, Sverige.

Author

Bækgaard, Lars. / Interaction in Information Systems - Beyond Human-Computer Interaction. Paper præsenteret ved ALOIS'06 - Action in Language, Organisation, and Information Systems, Borås, Sverige.12 s.

Bibtex

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