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Webinar Archive- Graphic Novels: A Gateway for Reluctant Readers

Hey guys! The archive of my recent webinar done for the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Graphic Novels: A Gateway for Reluctant Readers, is now online! You can access the recording on the TSLAC online training site. Enjoy!

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Hiding Away in the 741s

Something that I touched on briefly in my recent webinar, but didn’t dwell on, was the matter of where to display your graphic novels and comics in the library. In a public library that adheres strictly to Dewey, the graphic novels … Continue reading

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Library Comic Cons

As a former youth librarian, and one who now works with students just out of high school, I love looking around at comics programming coming out of libraries. My favorite trend? The library comic con. These are sometimes huge, sometimes … Continue reading

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