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Purpose: Offers a forum for the exploration, communication, and exchange of ideas on the dynamics and evolution of cataloging/metadata norms and workflows. We encourage and seek out participation from anyone with an interest in cataloging - from public, academic, school, or special libraries - regardless of experience level or training.

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Graphic Novels and Comics Round Table Classification Survey

  • 1.  Graphic Novels and Comics Round Table Classification Survey

    Posted Apr 25, 2024 05:30 PM

    Please excuse cross-postings

    Dear cataloging colleagues,

    The Graphic Novels and Comics Round Table (GNCRT) Metadata and Cataloging Committee invites you to participate in a research survey. The purpose of the research is to gain a broad understanding of how libraries (academic, public, school, and other special libraries) classify their comics and graphic novels within their collections. The survey is meant for library workers who work in libraries with comics and graphic novels collections within North America.

    The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. 

    There are no risks, benefits, or compensation for participating in this voluntary research. Information obtained about you for this study will be kept confidential. The information from this research may be published for scientific purposes; however, your identity will not be given out. 

    We will not collect any personal information about you during the study. All study data will be stored securely and only accessed by study staff.

    Please click the following link to participate: https://airtable.com/appgEKvQIELWSyPDI/pagdg1LMkiH4YR2pE/form

    The survey will close May 16, 2024.

    If you have questions about the research, you can contact the Principal Investigator at keno.catabay@colorado.edu.

    If you have concerns or complaints about the research, you can contact the CU Boulder IRB at (303) 735-3702 or irbadmin@colorado.edu.

    A Survey of the Classification Methods of Comics and Graphic Novels in North American Libraries

    IRB Protocol Number: 24-0104

    Investigator: Keno Catabay



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    Jessica Hayden
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