Skill-Sharing Conversation: Cataloging Graphic Novels

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Event Type
Continuing Education - Webinar
Event Category
Cataloging & Metadata
Collection Development
Professional/Personal Development

LLNJ Skill Sharing Conversation

Topic: Skill-Sharing Conversation: Cataloging Graphic Novels

"Comics cataloging can be complicated," according to the American Library Association. "Libraries serve both community constituencies (public) and highly selective constituencies (school or special libraries) using various discovery platforms."

"These differing audiences and library systems, as well as differing levels of library staff training and resources, can lead to variations in cataloging levels for comics, in both depth and breadth of metadata recorded." With this in mind, it can be difficult for library staff to know how to get started. 

In this follow-up to a Skill-Sharing Conversation on Library Reclassification Projects, join us as we hear from library staff who have who had success cataloging graphic novel collections across genres. Come ready to share with and learn from your library colleagues across the state as we share ideas and advice on cataloging graphic novels. All are welcome!


  • Maryjean Riou, Teen Librarian, Hunterdon County Library System
  • Sarah Pike, Teen Librarian, Hunterdon County Library System

Date & Time: Tuesday, September 10, 2024 at 2PM

Location: Online via Zoom

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If you have any questions or need assistance regarding this program,  please contact our staff:

Stephanie Sendaula
Programming & Outreach Specialist
732-752-7720 ext. 106