De OV-chipkaart in Nederland : Instructie en gebruik
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Een instructieve les met stapsgewijze informatie voor gebruikers van de OV chipkaart. Aan de orde komen: wegwerpkaarten, persoonlijke kaart en anonieme kaart. Uiteraard is er ook aandacht voor de studenten OV chipkaart.

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