Recent Examples of librarian from the Web
Talgarth librarian Jan Shivel shows a can-do acceptance.
Overseas allies helped his cause by raising money from deep-pocketed donors like the Ford Foundation and frantically trying to keep the unfolding librarians-versus-vandals story temporarily out of the media.
Heather Grevatt is an assistant professor and librarian for Boise State University’s Albertsons Library.
Baltimore city school administrators will layoff 115 people Thursday including teachers, assistant principals and librarians.
Yes: One of The Sheer Sisters is the biological sister of the outreach librarian.
Genevieve Grove, elementary school services librarian, said a lot of libraries might be taking more of a STEM approach to that theme, but Oak Park has a different focus.
In Lincolnshire, Illinois, reports the Chicago Tribune’s Ronnie Wachter, getting rid of the fines reduced paperwork for librarian but did not change patrons’ librarygoing habits.
An RFID tag can be read from just inches away, so librarians can simply wave a wireless wand while walking through stacks to record what books are on the shelves.
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First Known Use of librarian
LIBRARIAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of librarian for English Language Learners
: a person who works in a library
LIBRARIAN Defined for Kids
Definition of librarian for Students
: a person in charge of a library
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