Tenn. middle-school library modernizes, expands community role

A partnership between the school district and public library system in Nashville, Tenn., called Limitless Libraries, has led to the overhaul of a middle-school library that replaces desktop computers with laptops and iPads; places book shelving on wheels to allow collections to change with student needs and interests; and offers a snacking area for students. The overhaul is part of an ongoing, multimillion-dollar effort to maintain relevancy and connect resources of both systems throughout the city.

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