CCM EVP Natalya Berdzeni delved into two spend management topics. First, as author of 99 Questions to Stop Spending More Than Your Competitors, she focused on a question about objectives. And in response to the downsizing and decentralization of the library function in law firms, she raised the issue of maverick spend for electronic information resources.
Deputy Director Jocelyn McNamara focused on building awareness about contracting as a career destination for librarians and other knowledge and information service workers.
A fascinating look at data visualization from Proposal Manager Jonathan Barney, who presented its history dating back to the Enlightenment and the current needs in modern government.
LAC Group Founder and CEO Deborah Schwarz looked back at 30 years of business, after founding the company the end of 1986, to share 30 ways libraries and librarians have changed.
In follow-up to his webinar in February, Senior Research Director John DiGilio offered more insights on the topic of deep web research.
After LibSource sponsorship of a Thomson Reuters event in London in March, VP Eleanor Windsor of our UK office shared some Knowledge Management considerations for engaging remote workers.
Film Technician / Project Manager Danny Kuchuck shared what can and cannot be saved and restored in aging acetate and nitrate film assets.
Writing about the process of motion picture film preservation, VP Tim Knapp explained why film archiving is much more than proper storage.