Infobase is pleased to announce that the award-winning database Bloom’s Literature will be relaunched at the end of this summer. The new Bloom’s Literature will feature a dynamic new design, a wealth of important new content, and exciting new features that will enrich the study of literature. Here are more details about the soon-to-be-redesigned database, and click here for a sneak peek (PDF).
Highlights of the Relaunch:
- A more intuitive interface featuring a clean new design
- All-new Shakespeare Center housing in one convenient location the database’s treasure trove of content on all things Shakespeare, including in-depth coverage of each of his plays; analysis of his sonnets and longer poems; the full, searchable text of all of his plays; the full text of the award-winning Facts On File Companion to Shakespeare; performance videos; scholarly criticism from prestigious books, journals, and critics; extensive background essays; “How to Write about” entries; discussion questions; and more
- A redesigned “How to Write about” section with improved functionality
- New Literary Classics eBook shelf containing the full contents of more than 800 classic works of literature selected from Bloom’s Literary Canon
- Thousands of new images, many in full color
- An additional 200+ full-length performance videos of classic literary works (twice as many as before in all!)
- The full contents of hundreds of additional books edited by Harold Bloom
- New student and educator curriculum tools, including “Teaching Literature through Film”
- New and improved search capabilities, including the ability to filter literary criticism by publication date
- Dynamic citations with updated MLA8 citations and new EasyBib export functionality
- New features and functionality, including Google Translate, Read Aloud, support for Google Sign-In, Save to Google Drive, and Share to Google Classroom
- A variety of integration options and partners, including Schoology, Canvas, D2L (Desire2Learn), and many others
- And more!
Click on the links below for more information about Bloom’s Literature: