|Re: [aserl_coll_assess] Comics for academic collections?||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Corbett, Lauren (corbetlewfu.edu)|
|Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2019 06:51:53 -0800 (PST)|
Jane, Mainly I buy whatever supports the current curriculum. I started buying French graphic novels for our collection a few years ago after I saw a senior French major present a comparative literature paper she had written that covered a good dozen of them. She had picked up on them while studying in France. This past fall I bought a couple of big sets for a French professor to put onto reserve for a class. I've bought a few in other languages too. I use the same selection methods for these as I do for everything -- primarily match to curriculum, utilize vendor catalog features (like Amalivre's stars, as you mentioned), and I look at unfamiliar authors in WorldCat Identities to get a context -- although this doesn't work as well for graphic novels as it does for general fiction because usually there is less info and there are fewer works and fewer library holdings to help me judge the relative importance. Often the areas at the bottom of the result page for an author are the most useful. Try looking at the page for Goscinny <http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n50034712/>, author of the Asterix comics. We've also been expanding our English language graphic novels and shelve them in a browsing area. (Foreign language graphic novels are in the regular stacks.) Circulation rates with students are good and we have a graphic novel book club now. I asked the catalogers to make sure there is a 655 (genre) with "graphic novels" so you can easily pull them up in our catalog. <https://find.zsr.wfu.edu/Search/Results?lookfor=%22Graphic+novels.%22&type=Subject&filter%5B%5D=genre_facet%3A%22Graphic+novels%22> Lauren PS I remember Asterix being used with some of my French classes back in the '80s! -- Lauren Corbett Director of Resource Services, Z. Smith Reynolds Library Wake Forest University 336-758-6136 ISNI: 0000 0003 5170 369X On Mon, Feb 11, 2019 at 10:59 AM Pinzino, Jane M <jpinzino [at] tulane.edu> wrote: > Greetings colleagues, from Tulane, > > Increasingly, the book ordering slips I receive from various vendors > include comics. > > > * Are comics now an authentic literary genre? > > > * Do you add them to your collection, and if so, how do you select? > > > * What kind of patron access do you provide? Do they circulate? > > Here's an example of a slip for a comic book from the French vendor > Amalivre, with the vendor's highest, 3 star rating: > > > *** > Cornette, Jean-Luc > La perle > Paris : Futuropolis, 201901 > 136 pages :, 28 cm, ILL. > ISBN : 2754816399 / 9782754816397 > Euro : 20,00 > Ref AUXAM : 805205 -02/2019 > LC : PN Literary history (General) > DEWEY : 741 Comics > Interdisciplinary : 038 Comics - 050 Publ. Libraries > > > > Here'a an example of a research book on comics: > > > > Title:IMMIGRANTS > AND COMICS: GRAPHIC SPACES OF REMEMBRANCE, TRANSACTION, AND MIMESIS. > Editor:NHORA LUCIA SERRANO > Publisher:ROUTLEDGE Place > of Publication:LONDON > Pub Year:2018 ISBN:9781138186156 > Binding:Cloth Pagination:296 > P. > Series Title:ROUTLEDGE > ADVANCES IN COMICS STUDIES. > Series Type:Unnumbered Series > Series > ID:75009 Series Format:Print > LC > Class:P > Subject Headings:SOCIAL SCIENCE / MEDIA STUDIES/LITERARY CRITICISM / > COMICS & GRAPHIC N > Language:English OCLC:OCN975372969 > US > List:150.00 USD US > Status:Not yet published > UK List:105.00 GBP UK > Status:Not yet published > > > > > > > What do you think? > > Thank you colleagues, Jane > > > > Jane M Pinzino, MLIS, PhD > > Coordinator for Scholarly Resources for the Humanities > > Tulane University/Howard-Tilton Memorial Library > > 7001 Freret St, New Orleans, LA 70118 > > > Offices 201 and 604 > > (504) 247-1560 > > > webpage< > https://library.tulane.edu/about/directories/staff/jane-marie-pinzino> > > > > > -- > To unsubscribe or modify your subscription options, please visit: > > http://lists.aserl-lists.org/mailman/options/aserl_coll_assess/corbetle%40wfu.edu >
[aserl_coll_assess] Comics for academic collections? Pinzino, Jane M, February 11 2019
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