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cyberlibrarian

Librarians who do most of their research and information retrieval via the Internet and other online services. The title is often shortened to cybrarian.
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20) Thankfully, there are new books like Marilyn Johnson's, This Book is Overdue: How Librarians and Cybrarians Can Save us All.
A cybrarian's specialty is using computers for "gathering information, sifting it, categorizing it, and making it available according to user's needs," says Ted Nellen, a cybrarian for TaskStream, an educational consulting company.
LORRI ZIPPERER, is a Cybrarian, Zipperer Project Management, Evanston, IL.
The site's cybrarian will use the Internet to provide research and a written brief on any topic.
Get assistance with research from IMA Cybrarian service; and
A Cybrarian section, where anyone may pose questions to an educator or librarian, is also included.
95 value, this "Dummies" book, published by IDG Books Worldwide, is written from the mindset of a professional Net cybrarian.
More and more, we're hearing titles like cybrarian, information specialist, Webmaster, knowledge navigator and database manager,'' said Elizabeth Martinez, the association's executive director.
Technology and Professional Identity of Librarians: The Making of the Cybrarian (ISBN: 978-1466647350, 280 pp.
Interestingly, Lankes prefers the term "librarian" over the many alternatives (information professional, cybrarian, etc.
by Andrew Scherer, CEO, Scherer Cybrarian Services;
Selected as Fulbright Scholar and MCI Cybrarian of the Year, he has also produced more than 100 scholarly articles and 11 books, including the forthcoming Reinventing the Academic Library for the Web.