nonlibrary

nonlibrary

(ˌnɒnˈlaɪbrərɪ)
adj
not belonging or related to a library
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She emphasized that her librarian skills are highly regarded and led to her hire in a nonlibrary faculty position teaching research and informatics.
They include links to library and nonlibrary resources for a particular subject.
However, this conception of libraries' role--as centers for civic engagement and as digital-information hubs--is not necessarily recognized outside nonlibrary communities, including the communities of civic technologists and municipal open data staff and researchers.
When many librarians are serving multiple buildings, teaching classes, and occupied with nonlibrary duties, shouldn't librarians spend all their available time with students?
The same problem extends outside library data: no equivalence or similarity relationships exist for connecting library medium-of-performance data with other nonlibrary data sets, such as Discogs.
If the latter, then perhaps an activity in which the teens work virtually or work on project pieces in nonlibrary community spaces is what's important.
He describes library projects involving using library membership to improve access to nonlibrary resources, city passes to museums and other venues, guides like neighborhood walking tours and community bulletins, making neighborhoods better places, and how librarians can be rangers to nature.
Our approach, on the other hand, has been to use the nonlibrary approach, which does not use fecal coliforms from known sources (e.g., exclusively from human, livestock, or wildlife origins); this offers more rapid results, which is useful when human health hazards are suspected (Kaspar, Burgess, Knight, & Colwell, 1990).
Additionally, despite what you may read in the nonlibrary press, usage of both the virtual and physical library is as high as it's ever been.
These relationships create a rich tapestry of information that gives context to an object and allows library data to be integrated with nonlibrary data.
Most of the chapter authors are nonlibrary, or more-than-library, administrators.