Working on what may turn into a fun little research project for class, looking for some info.
Does anyone out there know of any libraries that have digital comics in their collection? Specifically licensed content, such as you would access through ComiXology (looking at it as a parallel to e-books, and the issues relating to collection management).
Apologies if that’s incoherent, hit me up for more better wording.
Comics specifically or graphic novels? Because TumbleBooks does have a graphic section. If you can click through here’s our libraries collection.
I’m strongly considering applying for Librarian/University Librarian postings in England. Which is terrifying which leads me to believe that it truly is something I should pursue. All of the things which intimidate me are always the most rewarding ones.
I’m lacking the challenge in my life that drives me forward and I want to do so much. I’m just not sure RI can give it to me.
Any advice fellow tumblarians?
Today is International Literacy Day! Literacy and education are a fundamental right, and they are essential for sustainable development. Literacy is crucial if we want to reduce poverty, improve maternal and child health, and achieve gender equality.
UNESCO has been working to improve global literacy since 1946. To learn more about Literacy Day and their efforts, visit http://bit.ly/1drWcyw.
And as a publishing blog I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention it. Head over to UNESCO’s website to learn more about why worldwide literacy is important and what you can do to help support the cause.
Always support literacy! (especially early literacy, but I may be bias on that…)