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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A specialist in documentation.

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  • noun A person, especially a librarian, who is an expert in documents and documentation

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Examples

  • By chance, I got a job as documentalist at SEAMEO BIOTROP in Bogor, Indonesia.

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  • By chance, I got a job as documentalist at SEAMEO BIOTROP in Bogor, Indonesia.

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  • An appropriate academic study degree in natural science (pharmacy, chemistry, biology) or at least a degree like e.g. medical documentalist or technical assistant in biology, chemistry, or pharmacy

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  • The NY Times fancies itself the documentalist of events of the world, though one is often given to wonder how a reader can be expected to wade through the morass of verbiage in which a NY Times story is almost invariably embedded.

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  • With her "Open Archives: A Fifteen-Year History", she provides, not of a mere a constipated chronology, but a veritable "Survival Manual" for the librarian or documentalist wishing either to get involved in projects based on these concepts or merely to keep informed."

    Hélène Bosc

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