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Grants Offered By NYCSLS
The New York City School Library System (NYCSLS) is pleased to offer the ComicsPlus Library Edition Mini-grant providing a one-year subscription to 50 public and non-public schools! ComicsPlus provides students and teachers access to over 20,000 plus age-appropriate graphic novels, digital comics, and manga with simultaneous, unlimited use. Grantees will also receive access to educational resources to support the integration of graphic novels and comics into the curriculum, as well as usage reports to show how titles are circulating.
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Deadline for applications is Friday, October 16, 2020.
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