Info Services

Supporting the creative process: connecting artists and visionaries with information to support their creative endeavors.

Original Research

Developing strategies for collecting and organizing data

Expert Interviews 

Coordinating and conducting interviews with specialists and professionals to gain perspective and insight

Fact Checking

Reviewing material for accuracy prior to publication and dissemination

Proofreading & Editing

Reviewing documents for typographical errors,  grammar, spelling, style, and formatting

Developing Original Content

Assisting in writing original materials for distribution

Database Research

Access to thousands of databases; navigating millions of scholarly articles, journals, books and media


EMERAC is a one-woman operation that provides customized information services to individuals and companies to support their artistic enterprise. Whether you’re trying to tell a story, need some historical context, or want the opinions and input of experts, EMERAC can help connect you with the information you need.

Who is EMERAC?

Theresa Delventhal

Founder & Researcher

I am Theresa Delventhal; Librarian, Researcher, Historian, and Founder of EMERAC. I am a graduate of Bowling Green State University. I earned a B.A. in History with a focus on Modern America. I also completed a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from Wayne State University with a concentration in Special Libraries. My experience as an Information Professional spans over 10 years, and includes information services such as researching, editing & proofreading, and composing original content.

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Biweekly updates on EMERAC, new projects, and the evolving world of the information profession.


  Over the past month and a half there has been a bit of a gap in new content on the EMERAC blog and website. On September 23rd I got[…]

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October 24, 2017 0

Exploring Open Access

  Over the past two decades, open access publishing has become an integral and controversial factor in advancing the interests of scholars, researchers, and, in many cases, information professionals. Open[…]

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August 26, 2017 0

The Evolution of the Information Profession

  In 1957 Katharine Hepburn starred opposite Spencer Tracy, in the Twentieth Century Fox film Desk Set. Desk Set is about reference librarians who work for the research department of[…]

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August 11, 2017 1

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