nonlibrarian

nonlibrarian

(ˌnɒnlaɪˈbrɛərɪən)
n
one who is not a librarian
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Librarians supervise all of these nonlibrarian workers.
In some cases, nonlibrarian with more a referral might be the expertise in a particular only service a librarian area (e.g., referral to a can provide.
He was a nonlibrarian, a term recently made bad by professional librarians.
In addition, 40% of school librarians' time was spent performing nonlibrarian duties, including acting as substitute teacher, art teacher, basic skills instructor, electives teacher, and locker room monitor.
Despite the critical need for staffing, GIS services are often given by a melange of providers: students, nonlibrarian staff, and GIS professionals--in addition to librarians.
Totanes called the presidential appointee a 'nonlibrarian' and, in the process, burned his bridges with the Philippine Librarians Association Inc.
To gain a broad perspective, we made a deliberate attempt to include panel members from a variety of backgrounds, such as traditional health sciences librarians based at universities or hospitals, researchers, and a nonlibrarian panelist, Ryan Dyck, who had specific expertise in information-seeking behavior and a considerable background in community-based LGBTQ health services.
To operationalize the construct of readiness, we generated a list of activities that we have been asked to do when participating with nonlibrarian collaborators.