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LAC Group Vice President Eleanor Windsor was interviewed by Graham Southorn, a writer and editor specializing in business, science and technology, for Jinfo subscribers. Jinfo is a UK-based research and consulting services provider focused on information resources and technology. The article, “How to choose a savvy approach to outsourcing,” delves into a range of issues such as communication, cost considerations, skills...

LAC Group’s film archiving division PRO-TEK honors the George Eastman Museum as it sponsors the 4th Nitrate Picture Show, a festival of film conservation that features screenings of vintage nitrate prints along with lectures and workshops. The event runs May 4-6, 2018 in Rochester, New York....

LAC Group law librarian and legal researcher Christine Bowersox contributed a book review to a compilation of legal titles published in the Law Library Journal. Christine was one of several reviewers featured in the article, “Keeping Up with New Legal Titles,” a compilation by Benjamin J. Keele and Nick Sexton. Her review is of the book, “International Legal Research in a...

LAC Group employees will be participating in a series of educational events in April and May of 2018, sharing their knowledge on a variety of topics: • Making data machine-readable • Using social media to maximize a job search • Advanced Google searching • Federal information mandates and how agency libraries supports researchers The first event listed is open to the public; the remainder have specific audience requirements....

LAC Group is proud to support the American Library Association’s 60th annual National Library Week, April 8-14, 2018. This year’s theme is Libraries Lead and serving as Honorary Chair is Misty Copeland, principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre and the first African-American woman to hold that role in the company’s 75-year history....

LAC Group Research Analyst Kathrine Henderson has contributed a chapter on Intellectual Property Ethics for Foundations of Information Ethics. This volume, published by the American Library Association, is a primer on information ethics which serves double-duty as a working casebook. The content is designed to be a key text for Library and Information Science students as well as an...