How many questions can you generate when looking at a single comic panel? Which are researchable, and why? These are questions that we’ve asked our students and our library colleagues. We invite you to ask these questions and more, and consider the broader significance of question-asking and reflective teaching to information literacy and ask if there is a place for comics -- or image-laden materials -- in your classroom.
Laleman Ward, Sarah; Margolin, Stephanie M.; and Brown, Mason, "Action-Packed Action Research: How Comic Books, Questions, and Reflection Can Transform Information Literacy Instruction" (2017). CUNY Academic Works.