Embedded Librarian Toolkit: Bloom’s Literature (and the Arts!): Webinar
For years, Bloom’s Literature has been the gold standard resource for students of literature, covering everything from the classics of ancient Greece and Rome to the most vital of today’s young authors. Recently we’ve expanded our scope beyond just literature to include content related to the fine and performing arts. In this brief webinar featuring Bloom’s Literature’s editor Jeff Soloway, we discuss how Bloom’s can support your literature courses as well as arts courses in the coming year.
ABOUT JEFF SOLOWAY
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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