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Delivering Impact with Digital Resources: Planning Strategy in the Attention Economy

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Delivering Impact with Digital Resources : Planning Strategy in the Attention Economy. / Tanner, Simon .

London : Facet Publishing, 2020. 280 p.

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Harvard

Tanner, S 2020, Delivering Impact with Digital Resources: Planning Strategy in the Attention Economy. Facet Publishing, London. <http://www.facetpublishing.co.uk/title.php?id=049320#.X6JzAYieQ2w>

APA

Tanner, S. (2020). Delivering Impact with Digital Resources: Planning Strategy in the Attention Economy. Facet Publishing. http://www.facetpublishing.co.uk/title.php?id=049320#.X6JzAYieQ2w

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Tanner S. Delivering Impact with Digital Resources: Planning Strategy in the Attention Economy. London: Facet Publishing, 2020. 280 p.

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Tanner, Simon . / Delivering Impact with Digital Resources : Planning Strategy in the Attention Economy. London : Facet Publishing, 2020. 280 p.

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