Librarianship \Li*bra"ri*an*ship\, n. The office of a librarian. [1913 Webster]

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  • librarianship — /luy brair ee euhn ship /, n. 1. a profession concerned with acquiring and organizing collections of books and related materials in libraries and servicing readers and others with these resources. 2. the position or duties of a librarian. [1870… …   Universalium

  • librarianship — noun The act of operating of a library; service as a librarian …   Wiktionary

  • librarianship — li brar·i·an·ship || laɪ brerɪənʃɪp / breÉ™r n. position or duties of a librarian …   English contemporary dictionary

  • librarianship — li·brar·i·an·ship …   English syllables

  • librarianship — /laɪˈbrɛəriənʃɪp/ (say luy brairreeuhnship) noun 1. a profession concerned with organising collections of books and related materials in libraries and of making these resources available to readers and others. 2. the position or duties of a… …  

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  • Music librarianship — is the area of librarianship that pertains to music collections and their development, cataloging, preservation and maintenance, as well as reference issues connected with musical works and music literature. Music librarians usually have degrees… …   Wikipedia

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