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Feedback Forum - Best Practices for Cataloging Comics and Graphic Novels
The GNCRT's Metadata and Cataloging Committee will present our committee's draft document, "Best Practices for Cataloging Comics and Graphic Novels Using RDA and MARC21." The presentation is meant to be interactive, and will include a brief review of the document with ample time for questions and feedback from audience members, so that we can look at areas that might need revision or additions to best serve the comics cataloging community.

You can view the document here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wvBmxiHp2AspIHAs-7XDMkn0gKxXwHZouT4ONebBlHQ/edit

May 17, 2022 03:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Kayla Kuni
Associate Director of Libraries @Pasco-Hernando State College
Kayla Kuni is Associate Director of Libraries at Pasco-Hernando State College. In 2018, she established a graphic novel collection at her campus library in coordination with the anime group active on campus.
Allison Bailund
Cataloging and Acquisitions Specialist @San Diego State University
Allison Bailund is a Cataloging and Acquisitions Specialist at San Diego State University. A long-time comic book fan, her interest began with the X-Men animated series in the 1990’s. One of her favorite aspects of comics cataloging is creating authority records for fictitious characters; her recent additions include Red Skull and Count Duckula.
Deborah Tomaras
Metadata and Resource Management Librarian @Marist College
Deborah Tomaras is the Metadata and Resource Management Librarian at Marist College. She came to comics late, but is making up for lost time with voluminous interlibrary loan requests. She enjoys proposing terms to help better depict diversity in comics, including subjects like “Superheroes with disabilities” and genres like “Indigenous futurisms comics.”
Tracy Boehm
Cataloging Manager @Austin Public Library
Tracy Boehm is the Cataloging Manager at the Austin Public Library in Austin, Texas. She has spoken about comics at C2E2 and New York Comic Con. As a late reader, comics helped bridge the learning gap between words and comprehension. She enjoys cataloging’s ability to connect someone with a comic, even if it wasn’t something they were looking for.