ILA Reporter

A forum for those who are improving and reinventing Illinois libraries

» Exploring new ideas and practices from all types of libraries and library systems
» Examining the challenges facing the profession
» Informing the library community and its supporters with news and comment about important issues


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February 2017 | Volume XXXV. Issue 1

Libraries for All: Expanding Services to People with Disabilities
Renee Grassi, Dakota County (Minnesota) Library System
Going Beneath the Surface: Outreach to Latino and Other Communities
Amanda Civitello, Waukegan Public Library
Library Buildings 2016
Illinois Library Association
From Hashtags to Better Readers’Advisory
Hannah Rapp, Glen Ellyn Public Library

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