Heralds of Change: Comic Books, Libraries, and Innovation

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Graphic novels in libraries have come a long way, moving from dark corners of the collection to becoming anchors of patron activity. Along the way, they've helped to shepherd whole new concepts of library service, ranging from video games to social media to DIY podcasts and video. Toby Greenwalt of Skokie Public Library demonstrates how comics have opened the door for innovation in libraries. Presented at c2e2 on March 18th, 2011.

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<ul><li>1.Heralds of Change: <br />Comic books, libraries and innovation<br />Toby Greenwalt theanalogdivide.com<br />March 18th, 2011<br /></li></ul> <p>2. 3. 4. 5. Other helpful sources:<br />IMLS Report on Museums, Libraries, and 21st Century skills <br />Imls21stcenturyskills.org<br />Libraries and Transliteracy:<br />Librariesandtransliteracy.com<br />danahboyds blog:<br />Zephoria.org/thoughts<br />ALA Graphic Novel Interest Group<br />(Forthcoming)<br />6. All of this has happened before<br />All of this will happen again.<br />7. Hanging Out<br />8. National Gaming Day<br />9. Be Excellent in Public<br />10. Messing Around<br />Messing Around<br />The Unwritten, #17<br />11. Defy Expectations<br />12. The New (Mobile) Frontier <br />13. Geeking Out<br />Geeking out<br />Seth, Dominion City<br />14. User-Generated Content<br />15. DML Poster<br />Design Spaces<br />16. 17. 18. The Rogues Gallery<br />19. The 21st century is where everything changes.<br />--and the library is ready.<br />20. Thank You!<br />Toby Greenwalt<br />theanalogdivide.com | @theanalogdivide<br />21. Slide 1: Nasa<br />Slide 5, Book: http://mitpress.mit.edu/catalog/item/default.asp?ttype=2&amp;tid=11889<br />Slide 8: http://www.flickr.com/photos/skokiepl/4110560568/<br />Slide 13, Dominion City: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Seth_Dominion_Models.jpg (CC)<br />Slide 14: http://www.24hourcomicsday.com, http://www.drawingday.org, http://www.skokiestories.org<br />Bubble Ball: http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Bubble+Ball+iPhone+inventor+Utah+eighth+grader/4138522/story.html (Reuters)<br />Slide 16: SuperHero Heads by LikoNatera, http://likodemus.deviantart.com. Used with permission.<br />Slide 17: Cover of The Flash #184, Artwork by Brian Bolland, Desecrated by Toby Greenwalt.<br />Slide 18: Still from Torchwood. Captain Jack Likes to Stand on Buildings.<br />Images and references:<br /></p>