The intention of this bibliometric study is to examine the research on the use of graphic novels in classrooms and libraries during the past two decades to highlight how this topic has changed and developed over time. The focus of the research is on the use of nonfiction graphic novels in the English Language Arts, Writing, Social Studies, History, Science, and Math classrooms. This study notes similarities in the research on uses for graphic novels and identifies the prevailing journals which have published articles on this topic. The authors who have written about this topic the most frequently are identified. This study also provides a list of some highly recommended nonfiction graphic novels cited in the research by authors for classroom use.
Tiffany Markulike, MLIS USM SLIS
"A Bibliometric Study of the Research on Instructional Uses for Nonfiction Graphic Novels,"
SLIS Connecting: Vol. 11:
1, Article 10.
Available at: https://aquila.usm.edu/slisconnecting/vol11/iss1/10