Series id9173 - Books, anthologies, proceedings and articles

Liveable Neighbourhoods: Street Layout, design and Traffic Management Guidelines Transformative Urban Open Space: ULI Urban Open Space Award, 2010-2015 Ten Principles for Successful Public/ Private Partnership Ten Principles for Coastal Development Eminent Domain: An Important Tool for Community Revitalization Involving the Community in Neighborhood Planning: the 2004 ULI/ Charles H. Shaw Forum on Urban Co... Translating a Regional Vision Into Action: ULI Land Use Policy Forum, March 8, 2005 Ten Principles for Rebuilding Neighborhood Retail Compact Development: Changing the Rules to Make it Happen four: ULI/NMHC policy forums on compact... Principles for Temporary Communities

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  • 2004 (Creation)


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Gilda Santana earned a Master of Science in Architecture from the School of Architecture, University of Miami; a Master’s in Library and Information Science from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; and a Bachelor of Art from Bard College where she majored in Art History. She joined the faculty of the University of Miami Libraries in 2007 as Head of Architecture Information and Resources to direct the Paul Buisson Architecture Library, now called the Architecture Research Center (ARC). In 2013 she became the Librarian for Art & Art History. She actively serves in the Association of Architecture School Librarians (AASL) and the Art Libraries Association of North America (ARLIS). Her research interests are focused on facilitating a culture of design research through studio embedded-librarianship and the adoption of new technologies in Architecture and Art related disciplines.

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Publications about or related to New Urbanism movement

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Series II

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