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James Bucky Carter added a discussion to the group Graphic Novels & Comics
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CFP from ImageTexT: Comics and Post-Secondary Education

Some of you may be interested in submitting something to this prestigious journal -- or perhaps you know someone who would have interest.Here's a link to the Call For Papers: http://www.english.ufl.edu/imagetext/news.shtml?%2FcfpSee More
Apr 3, 2013
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CFP: SANEjournal: sequential art narrative in education 4.1: “The Singularity Plurality”

CFP:  SANEjournal: sequential art narrative in education 4.1: “The Singularity Plurality”While many authors of books and articles on the subject of comics and education integrate a diversity of sources into their works, as well they should, what happens when authors focus on the work or works of a singular presence? How can the writing or writings of one scholar inform how we teach comics or teach with them, or how we should do those things? The editor of SANEjournal: sequential art narrative…See More
Feb 4, 2013
Tony O'seland replied to James Bucky Carter's discussion _SANEjournal: sequential art narrative in education_ Publishes 3rd Issue! in the group Graphic Novels & Comics
"Thanks, Bucky. On my way to check out the new issue."
Jan 29, 2013
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_SANEjournal: sequential art narrative in education_ Publishes 3rd Issue!

Hi, all! The third issue of SANEjournal: sequential art narrative in education has published. Guest co-edited with Katie Monnin, "Visualizing and Visually Representing" features three articles and three rationales designed to help us consider the roles of comics in the classroom. Plus, it's free and open-access for anyone! Visit http://www.sanejournal.net to access articles and free professional development for you and your…See More
Jan 29, 2013
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SANEjournal: sequential art narrative in education publishes "Teaching the Works of Alan Moore"

Just-published in time for NCTE/ALAN 2011, the latest edition of SANEjournal:sequential art narrative in education focuses on teaching the works of Alan Moore. The journal is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed, FREE resource for those wanting to learn more about teaching comics at every level. It has an international editorial board comprised of educators who have used comics…See More
Nov 16, 2011
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Mar 28, 2011
James Bucky Carter replied to Maureen Bakis's discussion Social Networking in the graphic novel classroom in the group Graphic Novels & Comics
"Hey there! I have an article in the November 2010 English Journal that details how one teacher in California used a blog to help enhance striving readers' expereince with American Born Chinese. Also, I'm supposed to have an article that…"
Feb 11, 2011
James Bucky Carter replied to James Bucky Carter's discussion SANE journal publishes first issue (full of resources on teaching comics) in the group Graphic Novels & Comics
"The 3rd issue is supposed to deal with "visualizing" and "visually representing." Contact Dr. Katie Monnin at UNF for more info. She's guest-co-editing that issue."
Jan 18, 2011

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At 11:43am on December 21, 2010, Ryan Goble said…

Hey JBC - you see this?

Mixing Lawyers and Superheroes - 

At 4:56pm on December 3, 2009, Ryan Goble said…
Yeah, so few thumbs so many options!! You know the blog looks great - don't be afraid to cross post stuff here to get people to your blog - you can do it like local papers - where they paste a photo and a few paragraphs and link to the blog!!

Rock and Roll!

Ryan:)
At 1:45pm on December 2, 2009, Ryan Goble said…
Hey JBC - just wanted to drop a line to tell you it was great meeting you at NCTE. Please do show off new things when you write them. Your work is THREE THUMBS UP!!!
At 2:33pm on April 2, 2009, katie monnin said…
hey there!

you know......you and i keep circling around all the same places lately! we just must work together. :) i use your ncte graphic novel book all the time, and i hope you will find mine (teaching graphic novels) helpful too. i think we could do some excellent collaboration! :) katie
 
 
 

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