September 28, 2021

Create Your Own Magazines with Flipboard | screencast tutorial

Now anyone can create a beautiful digital zine of customized content, thanks to Flipboard. In a highly touted feature, version 2.0 of the iconic newsstand app allows users to select content they find on Flipboard to create magazines on any interest or topic. SLJ’s screencast shows you how to make your own publication in the image-rich format, add articles, and publish to the world or select subscribers.

SLJ’s Kathy Ishizuka Promoted to Executive Editor, Technology and Digital Projects

Kathy Ishisuka, Executive Editor

Kathy Ishizuka has been named executive editor, technology and digital projects for School Library Journal. The announcement was made Tuesday by SLJ Editor-in-Chief Rebecca T. Miller.

Librarian-Publisher Dialog: Martha Cornog Talks to Bob Harras of DC Comics

DC Comics logo

The archetype-defining DC Comics has relaunched its entire superhero universe, crystallized in the “New 52” series that started last month. This includes well-known characters that have been around for decades, like Batman and the JLA team (Justice League of America), as well as lesser-known or newer characters like Mister Terrific and Batwing. What’s more, DC went to simultaneous release for all 52 in both print and digital formats. We caught up with DC Editor in Chief Bob Harras about the series and what it could mean for libraries.