librarianship

[ lahy-brair-ee-uh n-ship ]SEE DEFINITION OF librarianship
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Library schools in the United States give courses of one and two years in all the branches of librarianship.

The practical emphasis in these four bibliographies betrays the training of their authors in librarianship.

It is a commonplace of library history that librarianship has contributed the card catalog idea to commercial life.

Kerr, Willis H., "Normal schools and their relation to librarianship," 193-7;mem.

"Normal schools and their relation to librarianship" (Kerr), 193-7.

But I think I could have made a better success of librarianship if I had had more library training.

Filippo Beroaldo, who was entrusted with the task of editing this precious codex, received the librarianship as his reward.

Soon after Banks's decease he resigned the librarianship of the Linnean Society, and from 1849 to 1853 he served as its president.

The first and largest association established for the study of librarianship was the American Library Association .

In every country there is now some kind of association for the study of librarianship, archives or bibliography.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LIBRARIANSHIP

library science

nounlibrary administration
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