Enterprising Libraries Gateshead Central Library Case Study

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Author: Shared Intelligence

Year: 2014

This is a case study report that explores the innovative ways in which Gateshead Central Library is contributing to economic wellbeing by providing a series of workshops in partnership with local digital companies including Ubisoft, Makerspace in Newcastle, and local enterprise bodies. The report is an independent evaluation written by Shared Intelligence.

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You can find out more about the Trust’s work on public libraries by clicking here. If you have any thoughts, comments or feedback,Jenny Peachey, Policy Officer, would be pleased to hear from you, or tweet @CarnegieUKTrust

 


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