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Share Your Story; Libraries Support South Carolina, Virginia Cononie Nov 2023

Share Your Story; Libraries Support South Carolina, Virginia Cononie

South Carolina Libraries

The second edition of "Share your Story" includes stories from school libraries, academic libraries, and public libraries in South Carolina. Stories depict successes, activities and events in libraries from 2022-2023. This edition was given to South Carolina Legislators to share the impact libraries have on their constituents.

Letters at the beginning of the book are written from South Carolina Library leaders including SCLA Advocacy Committee, the South Carolina Association of School Librarians, Partnership Among South Carolina Academic Libraries Executive Director, SC Association of Public Library Administrators President and Friends of South Carolina Libraries President.

Stories are organized by Federal Legislator's …


School Libraries Get "Graphic": An Analysis Of Graphic Novels In The School Library Collection, Rebecca Lacoste Dec 2020

School Libraries Get "Graphic": An Analysis Of Graphic Novels In The School Library Collection, Rebecca Lacoste

SLIS Connecting

Graphic novels have been recognized by many professionals, researchers, and educators as a major factor in increasing student engagement. The purpose of this research is to analyze a middle school library's statistical data before and after the addition of graphic novels into the library collection. The study also analyzes the growth of scholarly literature related to graphic novels and school libraries. The compilation of this research should provide insight to school librarians, teachers, administrators, and researchers on the value and successes associated with the inclusion of graphic novels in the school library collection.