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A person engaged in keeping records and providing information.‘the official documentalist of the British Olympic team’
- ‘In November l986, a national meeting was held for agricultural librarians and documentalists.’
- ‘The reality is that the number of health staff themselves is often inadequate - a documentalist would be a luxury.’
- ‘I am a librarian, documentalist and archivist.’
- ‘This consideration could serve as an example of combining the requirements of the documentalist with those of the researcher in the field of metallurgy.’
- ‘Traditional librarians and documentalists will certainly have a pilot role to play in sorting out this chaos.’
- ‘This code seeks to express the basic responsibilities of the documentalist to his profession, to those with whom or for whom he works and to the public at large.’
- ‘The European documentalists of the 1930s, who had written mainly in French and German, were largely forgotten.’
- ‘Librarians and documentalists are already in the forefront of change.’
- ‘A training workshop for researchers and documentalists was held for the first time in Gaborone in June 1997.’
- ‘The producer or documentalist can query by text, as usual, and by visual example, using stills or video sequences.’
- ‘As one of the people interviewed put it, the documentalists are at the centre of the information revolution.’
- ‘Some trace this to the European documentalists of the late 19th and early 20th century, who had social and cultural goals in gathering and organizing representations of knowledge.’
- ‘The satisfaction that comes to the user from the documentalist is the satisfaction of being able to do things with documents in all available media and genres.’
- ‘The relevance rankings of the journals varied among the different occupational groups (scientists vs. practitioners, librarians vs. documentalists).’
- ‘Much attention is given to the documentalist's methods and instruments (most of which are borrowed from old techniques developed by similar professionals e.g., librarians).’
- ‘One of the tasks proposed for the centre was to host and facilitate a workshop for documentalists on the continent.’
- ‘These materials are meant to simply be guidelines for these documentalists, not complete education kits.’
- ‘The remaining part is being treated and only accessible after consultation with the documentalist.’
- ‘During the early 1900s the documentalists felt a need for a general term, which could describe the content of the documenting activity.’
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