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Community Recreation Programs - 8 entries

  1. An Assessment of the Nature and Extent of Community and Employee Fitness Programs and Levels of Participation. Final Report. Report No. 9. Bozzo, Robert; And Others 1982-Sep-30. 4 microfiches : negative, ill.
  2. An Assessment of the Nature and Extent of Community and Employee Fitness Programs and Levels of Participation. Summary Report. Report No. 10. Lupton, Charles H.; And Others 1982-Oct-19. 1 microfiche : negative.
  3. Jesse Owens Olympian Summer Youth Development Program Evaluation. Cuyahoga Community Coll., Cleveland, OH. 1980. 1 microfiche : negative, ill.
  4. Junior High School Students' Perception of Neighborhood Community Centers in Racine, Wisconsin. Berry-Caban, Cristobal S.; Brue de Lorenzo, Kathryn 1981. 1 microfiche: negative, ill.
  5. Older Adult Education. Forman, Jeffrey 1980. 1 microfiche : negative, ill.
  6. Proceedings of the Annual Southwest Park & Recreation Training Institute (31st, Kingston, Oklahoma, February 2-5, 1986). Texas Tech Univ., Lubbock. Dept. of Park Administration and Landscape Architecture. 1986.. 1 microfiche : negative, ill.
  7. Recreation and Public Law 94-142: A Guide for Recreation and Leisure Education for Handicapped Children. Coyne, Phyllis A.; Rios, Debra 1980. 1 microfiche: negative, ill.
  8. Special Project: Leisure and Recreation Independence for the Blind and Visually Handicapped: In-Service Training for Community and School Personnel to Facilitate Mainstreaming in the Least Restrictive Special Project: Leisure and Recreation Independence for the Blind and Visually Handicapped: In-Service Training for Community and School Personnel to Facilitate Mainstreaming in the Least Restrictive Environment. Wurster, Marion V.; Lazarus, Simone Rollin 1981. 2 microfiche negative.

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About

Microfiches@UMLib is an in-house developed database of library records which are available in microfiche format. The database contains Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) microfiche information of journal articles, books, research syntheses, conference papers and technical reports. Apart from ERIC records, the database also contains bibliographic information of microfiches in other areas such as science & technology and social sciences.

The Indonesian Microfiche Collection consists of historical documents of Indonesia pertaining to government administration, education, culture, ethnic and social relations, language and literature.

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Fill in your details and the number of Microfiche/Microfilm requested.

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