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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Graphic novels and comics in libraries and archives.
Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., ©2010
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert G Weiner; Randall W Scott; Amy Kiste Nyberg; William T Fee; Francisca Goldsmith
|Description:||1 online resource (xi, 276 pages) : illustrations|
|Contents:||1. A librarian's guide to the history of graphic novels / Alicia Holston --
2. Manga in Japanese libraries: a historical overview / David Hopkins --
3. How librarians learned to love the graphic novel / Amy Kiste Nyberg --
4. The development of a school library graphic novel collection / Heidi K. Hammond --
5. Balancing popular high-circulation works with works of merit in elementary school library collections / Diana P. Maliszewski --
6. Creative shelving: placement in library collections / Amy Hartman --
7. Graphic novels at Los Angeles public / Rachel Kitzmann --
8. Teen-led revamp / Erica Segraves --
9. Selection and popular culture in large academic libraries: taking the temperature of your research community / Charlotte Cubbage --
10. Maus goes to college: graphic novels on reserve at an academic library / Anne-Marie Davis --
11. The library after dark: the promotion of collections and services / Gwen Evans --
12. So many options, so little money: building a selective collection for the academic library / Liorah Anne Golomb --
13. The spinner rack in the big red and ivory tower: establishing a comics and graphic novels collection at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln / Richard Graham --
14. Comic art collection at the Michigan State University libraries / Randall W. Scott --
15. Interview with Randall W. Scott / Nicholas Yanes and Robert G. Weiner --
16. The perils of Doctor Strange: preserving Pennsylvania-centered comics at the State Library of Pennsylvania / William T. Fee --
17. Graphic novels and the untapped audience / Ruth Boyer --
18. Comic relief in libraries: motivating male adolescent readers / Karen Gavigan --
19. "Forty-one-year-old female academics aren't supposed to like comics!" the value of comic books to adult readers / Sarah Ziolkowska and Vivian Howard --
20. Graphics let teens own the library / Christian Zabriskie --
21. The only thing graphic is your mind: reconstructing the reference librarian's view of the genre / Amanda Stegall-Armour --
22. What's in a name: nomenclature and libraries / Francisca Goldsmith --
23. The ontology of art and what libraries should buy / Ruth Tallman and Jason Southworth --
24. Meta-comics and libraries: should libraries buy them? / Adam J. Noble --
25. Webcomics and libraries / Amy Thorne --
26. Cataloging and problems with Dewey: creativity, collaboration and compromise / Laurel Tarulli --
27. An example of an in-house cataloging system / Robert G. Weiner --
28. Drawing comics into Canadian libraries / Rachel Collins --
29. Graphic novel holdings in academic libraries / Eric Werthmann.
|Responsibility:||edited by Robert G. Weiner ; forewords by Elizabeth Figa and Derek Parker Royal ; afterword by Stephen Weiner.|
- State Library of Pennsylvania.
- Libraries -- Special collections -- Comic books, strips, etc.
- Graphic novels -- History and criticism.
- Comic books, strips, etc. -- History and criticism.
- School libraries -- Comic books, strips, etc.
- Cataloging -- Comic books, strips, etc.
- Classification -- Books -- Comic books, strips, etc.
- LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Library & Information Science -- General.
- Classification -- Books.
- Comic books, strips, etc.
- Graphic novels.
- Libraries -- Special collections.
- School libraries.