“From Hogarth to Hellboy: Transformations of the Visual Reader” hosted at Senate House Library, University of London on Wednesday December 16th 2015 was an exploration of the value and use of illustrated texts. Amy Rees reports.
A post announcing the publication of the book Open Data as Open Educational Resources: Case studies of emerging practice (2015). Ernesto Priego shares his contribution to the ‘Prefaces: reflections from the scientific committee’ section included in the book.
Call for book chapter proposals: Todo Fontanarrosa: la obra de un completo humorista / All Fontanarrosa: The Work of a Complete Humourist. Abstracts of 1000 words and a short CV should be sent to fontanarrosaproject AT gmail DOT com by 31 December 2015 for consideration.
Spineless: The Newcastle Science Comic is our latest Applied Comics Etc comics project. It’s also the first we’ve published with a Creative Commons (CC) license. This blog post introduces Spineless-the-comic and Spineless-the-exhibition, then discusses why we’ve chosen CC.
The British Consortium of Comics Scholars Symposium and Tea Party took place on Saturday 30 May 2015 in the University of Sussex. We share a storify with tweets and images about the day and Ernesto Priego’s slides from his presentation.