All Stories

  1. Co-creating a graphic illness narrative with people with dementia
  2. Telling migrant women’s life stories as comics
  3. Digital inequalities and social media: experiences of young people in Chile
  4. School librarians’ intellectual freedom attitudes and practices
  5. Freedom to teach: implications of the removal ofPersepolisfrom Chicago schools
  6. Releasing the potential of Shakespearean comic book adaptations in the classroom: A case study of Romeo and Juliet
  7. Facilitating Student Reflection through Digital Technologies in the iTEC Project: Pedagogically-Led Change in the Classroom
  8. “Dude! You mean you've never eaten a peanut butter and jelly sandwich?!?” Nut Allergy as Stigma in Comic Books
  9. Joint-Use Libraries
  10. Introduction
  11. The future
  12. Expanding horizons
  13. Why a joint-use library?
  14. Joint-use library design
  15. Joint-use libraries and partnerships
  16. How does a joint-use library operate?
  17. What are joint-use libraries?
  18. Joint-use libraries and communities
  19. How good are joint-use libraries? (And how do we know?)
  21. Introduction
  22. What Makes a Joint Use Library a Community Library?
  23. The challenges of strategic planning in academic libraries
  24. Library Co-Operation in the Inter-War Period: Lessons from History
  25. The eVALUEd toolkit: a framework for the qualitative evaluation of electronic information services
  26. Incorporating library provision in school self‐evaluation
  27. Balancing the Books: Emphasizing the Importance of Qualitative Evaluation for Understanding Electronic Information Services
  28. Striking a balance: priorities for research in LIS
  29. LIS: the interdisciplinary research landscape
  30. Broadening perspectives on the learning process in public libraries
  31. ICT and resource–based learning: implications for the future
  32. Learning in libraries: lessons for staff