A Report for WNYC to the Revson Foundation

Posted on May 17, 2017

A Report for WNYC to the Revson Foundation by Brooke Kroeger, Version 2013, A-Report-for-WNYC-to-the-Revson-Foundation.pdf (3.3 MiB) – This report examines and documents: the results of WNYC’s collaborations and partnerships from 2010-2013; the changes, transitions, challenges and opportunities that WNYC’s integration…

Slow Build

Posted on April 1, 2017

Slow Build by Eli Dvorkin, Maria Doulis, Jonathan Bowles, Version 2017, Slow-Build.pdf (0.6 MiB) – This report finds significant problems with NYC’s process for managing capital construction projects for libraries and cultural institutions, with the median capital project taking more…

The Opportunity Fund: 2011 – 2015

Posted on April 1, 2017

The Opportunity Fund: 2011 – 2015 by Gidron Consultants, Version 2017, The Partnership, From an Idea to Maturity, 2011 – 2015.pdf (0.2 MiB) – A narrative research paper offering a retrospective look at The Opportunity Fund, 2011 – 2015.

Not by the Book

Posted on December 1, 2016

Not by the Book by Tony Proscio, Version 2016, Not-by-the-Book.pdf (0.2 MiB) – This report is an in-depth look into the Revson Foundation’s work in the struggle to revive New York City’s branch libraries, from 2008-2015.

Re-envisioning New York’s Branch Libraries

Posted on September 1, 2014

Re-envisioning New York’s Branch Libraries by David Giles, Version 2014, Re-envisioning-New-YorkE28099s-Branch-Libraries.pdf (2.7 MiB) – While more New Yorkers than ever are using the city’s public libraries, a significant share of the branches suffer from major physical defects and are poorly…

Branches of Opportunity

Posted on January 1, 2013

Branches of Opportunity by David Giles, Version 2013, Branches-of-Opportunity.pdf (2.3 MiB) – New York City’s public libraries are serving more people in more ways than ever before, and have become an increasingly critical part of the city’s human capital system;…

The Reconstruction of American Journalism

Posted on October 20, 2009

The Reconstruction of American Journalism by Leonard Downie, Jr., Michael Schudson, Version 2009, The-Reconstruction-of-American-Journalism.pdf (0.2 MiB) – This report looks at the trajectory and potential new horizons of American journalism at a pivotal moment in time.