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The San Diego Comic-Con was supposed to take place this month, but seeing as the Coronavirus has no intention of slowing down, the event was rightfully cancelled. What’s great though, is that we’re going to be getting virtual event instead in the form of [email protected], and we have a full schedule for the first day.
This schedule for Wednesday, July 15 comes courtesy of ComicBook:
Comics in the Classroom Ask Me Anything: Pick the Brains of Teachers, Administrators, Creators, and Publishers
GeekED: Re-storied: Re-imagining creative privilege
Teaching and Learning with Comics
The Power of Teamwork in Kids Comics
Books for All: It’s Time to Redefine How We Share Books With Kids
Comics as a Conduit
GeekEd: “Watchmen” and the Cruelty of Masks
License to Thrill: Graphic Novel Adaptations for Kids
Make Programming Your Superpower!
Conspiracy Theories and Propaganda Throughout Pop Culture
GeekEd: College and the Nerd Mind
New Kids Comics from Eisner Award Publishers
Words and Pictures Working Together: Strategies for Analyzing Graphic Texts
Comic-Con Celebrates 15 Years of Eisner Librarians
Comics on Campus: Fandom at Academia
Spirit Skies: How to publish an International youth comic in the Age of Covid-19
Teaching Graphic Novels Online
What’s odd is, it has been said that [email protected] was going to start on July 22, but now it looks like there’s going to be more days of these exhibits. Hopefully every event is recorded so people can check out all the panels outside of the day they were released.
Admittedly, there aren’t a lot of “big” events announced with the schedule, but it would make sense seeing as this is only the first day. No doubt we’re going to be getting the more exciting reveals come the weekend. The great thing is, everything will be free to watch for everyone, just log-in to the official SDCC page.
[email protected] kicks off on July 15.