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cybrarian

Syllabification: cy·brar·i·an
Pronunciation: /ˌsīˈbrerēən
 
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Definition of cybrarian in English:

noun

A librarian or researcher who uses the Internet as an information resource.
Example sentences
  • Asking questions, sharing ideas, and generally mingling with other cybrarians will keep you buoyant.
  • Essentially these cybrarians create subject-oriented guides of web sites for use by the internet community.
  • Today's librarians are more commonly known as cybrarians, content managers, information specialists, and knowledge engineers.

Origin

1990s: blend of cyber- and librarian.

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