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RT @beccadownes: I wrote about some academic research on remote teams: Please feel free to share widely cc…
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april 2018 by adrianh
Bringing the Library Home | American Libraries Magazine
By Troy Lambert | May 1, 2017

Chicago’s Northtown library branch, shown here in a rendering, will have a ground-floor library with senior housing above. Rendering: Perkins+Will

As funding challenges continue to threaten their survival, public libraries are teaming up with local public housing authorities to keep costs down and doors open. In these partnerships, the library provides its services to a traditionally underserved community while the housing authority shoulders the cost of building and maintaining a facility.
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january 2018 by LibrariesVal
Emanuel to break ground on three library-housing partnerships | Chicago Sun-Times
Artist's rendering of Roosevelt Library that will be built at the base of the Taylor Apartments, a CHA building at 1342 W. Taylor Street. Provided rendering.
Fran Spielman
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january 2018 by LibrariesVal

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