What is cybrarian? - Definition from WhatIs.com
Part of the Internet acronyms and lingo glossary:

A cybrarian (pronounced sai-BREHR-i-uhn , a compound of cyber and librarian) is a library and information science professional that specializes in using the Internet as a resource tool. The term has gained currency among many librarians who use the Internet. The American Library Association hosts a section called Cyberlib.net, written by Pat Sensor, author of The Cybrarian's Manual .

This was last updated in June 2005
Contributor(s): Gareth A. Knowles, MLIS
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