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librarian

[lī′brer·ē·ən]
(computer science)
The program which maintains and makes available all programs and routines composing the operating system.

librarian

(1) A person who works in the data library and keeps track of the tapes and disks that are stored and logged out for use. Also known as a "file librarian" or "media librarian." See data library.

(2) See CA-Librarian.
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Under the law, the Board of Librarians "exercises executive/administrative, rule making and quasi-judicial powers in carrying out the provisions of [the Philippine Librarianship Act].
She gets to the meat of the issue by explaining that embedded librarians are frequently involved with a course directly and can say, "I understand the assignments so I can help you now," whereas personal librarian programs focus on knowing the student themselves and helping based on familiarity and connections that students can rely on even outside of a particular course (p.
As established in this title, institutions offering the personal librarian program have created positive relationships with students, librarians, and faculty.
In this work, US college and university librarians share their experiences in integrating librarians into the teaching and learning process by embedding librarians into academic departments, research centers, and other academic support offices.
Perhaps, the questioner suggests, it is simply a matter of schools in wealthier communities being able to afford to employ endorsed librarians and parents in wealthier communities raising children who--being more advantaged socially and economically, and living in more information-rich home environments-tend to earn higher test scores.
The issue of faculty status for academic librarians has been a hotly debated topic ever since its inception.
To increase their effectiveness, liaison librarians would focus on the subject matter of a limited number of disciplines, and clients would have one contact person with whom they could form a more personalized relationship [2].
Librarians of all skill and experience levels in the rapidly changing culture and technology of blogging are sure to find valuable insights, instructions, and tips in this invaluable resource covering a topic often overlooked by classical library science instruction.
Violations of academic honesty on the one hand, and the opportunities offered by the library of having access to sources of doing work of a high quality now require that librarians and faculty work together.
Some regional libraries maintained by the Environmental Protection Agency will permanently shut their doors because of a proposed cut to their funding, agency librarians and former librarians say.