Using Bloom’s Literature to Study Classic Diverse Authors: Webinar

Using Bloom’s Literature to Study Classic Diverse Authors: Webinar

Bloom’s Literature’s unparalleled content on major writers and works includes a wealth of resources on the greatest diverse writers, ranging from authors of modern classics, such as Sandra Cisneros, Amy Tan, and Toni Morrison, to classic writers of the past, such as Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Ralph Ellison, and many more.

Our search statistics show that these writers are among the most accessed in the entire database, even more than contemporary best-sellers.

In this webinar, Infobase’s Product Marketing Manager Greg Ricci speaks with Jeff Soloway, Executive Editor of Bloom’s, to talk about the enduring importance of the greatest diverse authors. Plus, we show you how students can hear from contemporary authors in their own voices via the thousands of Publishers Weekly print interviews and podcasts.

In this session you will take away:

  • Creative examples supporting classical literature integration.
  • Suggestions and tips for bringing these ideas into your lessons.

ABOUT JEFF SOLOWAY

Jeff Soloway, Executive Editor of Literature and Language for Infobase

Jeff Soloway, Executive Editor of Literature and Language for Infobase, is responsible for the Bloom’s Literature and Writer’s Reference Center databases. A graduate of Harvard University, he gave the Broad Lecture at Florida International University in 2015 on the subject of “Humanities Publishing in the Database Age.” He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

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