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Cybrarian was my job title somewhere late 90s when the Internet was new. The perception of my role did not so much change with the title, but with a different scope of work. Less emphasis on books and journals, more focus on structuring the first intranet, building an electronic filing system and providing industry and company research.
This work was more in line with what our department needed and offered more value. And that is something which is still true today - do the things you do still matter? Are your providing the maximum value with your skills to your organisation?

- Dennie Heye


Wow, I didn't know cybrarian existed.

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Job titles mean nothing since it is all about what you do to align your services to the organizations goals and objectives, keeping in mind people, processes and THEN technology. Technology is not always the solution and is sometimes not about computers as well.

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An excellent read. In fact, yes, cybrarian is more than a librarian, a teacher, a technician, a webmaster, a technology coordinator and a geek. They make that leap into the brave new world of cyberspace.

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I am not a librarian but I am currently in a program for a MLS. This is the first i have had heard of the term "cybarian" but I do not think the title matters for the industry or society will always come up with a new name for something applicable to the technology it surrounds.

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