Chicago – The city’s newest library system is getting its first test run on Tuesday, and it’s the first to open since a federal judge in February ordered it shut down.
The new system, which is being called the Digital Library of the Northwest, is a new digital version of the city’s old, outdated library system, the Chicago Public Library System (CPLS).
Its main purpose is to provide people with access to the latest academic publications, but the city hopes to eventually become a regional library system that serves libraries in the greater Chicago area.
For the first time, people can go to the library to get an email and have a look at their library files and to have access to an online search engine, as well as to access the latest news, weather and other information.
The library also is expected to expand its digital offerings, with a new “online catalog” that will include digital video, maps and interactive charts, according to a press release.
It is also planning to offer free wi-fi to patrons at some locations, but not others, and offer a free online library card for people with physical limitations.
It will be the first library in the state to be tested, the release said.
“The Chicago Public Libraries have been working for years to become the digital library of the North, and we’re proud to announce that we have just become the first of our local libraries to officially open to the public,” Mayor Rahm Emanuel said in a press conference Tuesday.
“This new library system will serve a unique and exciting audience.
It will allow Chicagoans to have the information they need, to access all the information their families, schools and businesses need, and to be connected with the latest information.”
The city is offering free wi.fi to users at its two new libraries.
But users are not being able to use the library’s wi.fu service, which allows users to download free information.
Instead, the libraries will use the Wi.f. library card.
Chicago has one of the highest rates of broadband Internet usage in the US, with the highest speed of any city in the country.
But the library system’s network was built in the 1950s and 1960s, when there was a lot of competition.
The digital library system has two main parts.
The first part is the new “Digital Library of Northwest” that is being run by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs.
That part is a public library that allows people to access online resources and access information.
The second part is called the “Digital Archives” that houses historical information and includes a video search engine and a digital map.
Both libraries will offer access to a digital library card, which can be used for the digital search engine as well.
It can also be used to access a digital copy of an archive book.
In addition to the new digital library, the library will offer new digital video services that can be accessed through a computer, tablet or smartphone.
Chicago Public Library Board President John McCarthy said the digital archives will also have a video library service, but he did not know the name of the video library.
He said the library was not planning to open any new digital services in the near future.
The Chicago public library system already has one digital branch that serves Chicago’s two largest cities, Chicago and Lakeview, which has one branch each in Chicago and the suburbs.
It also has a digital branch in the suburbs that serves the Chicago suburbs.
In the city of Chicago, there are more than 1.3 million residents who live in the city, according the Chicago Sun-Times.
The city of Lakeview has about 7,600 residents, the newspaper reported.
The first test library in Chicago will open on Tuesday at the downtown library, located at the corner of North Clark and Irving streets, according a press announcement from the city.
The city will open two branches of the new library at the same time, and both branches will be open for about two weeks, according The Chicago Tribune.
The test library will serve about 200 people, McCarthy said.
The libraries were created in partnership with the Illinois State Library System, a state agency, to test a digital digital library that is expected by the end of the year, according to McCarthy.
The Illinois State Board of Education, which oversees the library systems, also will be reviewing the digital libraries, McCarthy added.
The Digital Archives and Digital Archives of Northwest were designed by Northwestern University Professor and digital technology specialist Mark Bittman, who has been working on the project for more than a decade, according Bittmann’s blog.
He is the director of Northwestern’s digital humanities program and the director for the Digital Archives program.
Bittman and the Chicago library system are hoping to have digital library cards available for customers by July 1.
The cards will be available for free for everyone to use, including for people who are limited in their use of their own electronic devices.
The project is funded by a $3.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation.