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librarian in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlibrarianli‧brar‧i‧an /laɪˈbreəriən $ -ˈbrer-/ ●●○ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 BOSEsomeone who works in a librarylibrarianship noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
librarianIn each of these places, a librarian can help one find cases of interest.I recognise that this may not go as far as librarians would wish.The approach is not particularly useful for public librarians, but then the reviews are not written for librarians.The Loughborough research shows that librarians don't have to feel apologetic about being on the margins of school action.Baum, the librarian who hosted his visit that morning.In effect, the report is stemming not just from the librarian and does not only concern the library.I mention this to Ann Ladam, the librarian, commenting on the hands on nature of the setting.During recent years, librarians have become more aware of the need to evaluate programmes of library instruction.