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Aug
10
Bloom's Literature Relaunched
Melissa Gajarsa August 10 2017 03:49 PM

The new and improved Bloom's Literature has relaunched. For an in-depth look at this update, click here to read the full announcement.

Highlights of the Relaunch:

  • 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 famous books, journals, and critics; extensive background essays; “How to Write about” entries; discussion questions; and more
  • 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
  • 200+ new full-length performance videos of classic literary works (bringing the total number to more than 400!)
  • 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
  • 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!

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Sep
15
Bloom's Literature Content Update
Jane Flynn September 15 2015 09:23 AM

Bloom's Literature's most recent update adds extensive new reference material on the life and works of William Shakespeare, new critical essays on Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun, and new full-length videos of noted film adaptations of famous works of literature.

 

For an in-depth look at this update, click here to read the full announcement.


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Nov
14
Bloom's Literature Content Updates
Jane Flynn November 14 2014 01:47 PM

Bloom's Literature's latest updates add dozens of new full-length videos of noted film adaptations of famous works of literature; extensive new reference material on the life and works of Mary Shelley; new critical essays; and International Baccalaureate Organization Standards.

For an in-depth look at this update, click here to read the full announcement.


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Apr
15
Bloom's Literature: Content Update
Melissa Gajarsa April 15 2014 09:15 AM

Bloom's Literature's recent content update features 12 new full-length videos of famous productions; extensive new and updated reference material on banned and challenged books; a complete reference to the works of J.R.R. Tolkien; and new critical essays.

 

For an in-depth look at this update, click here to read the full announcement.


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Dec
13
Bloom's Literature Introduces New Support Center
Jane Flynn December 13 2013 10:49 AM

We are pleased to introduce the new Support Center for Bloom's Literature. Our expanded support content is now available in a searchable Support Center.

Some of the enhancements found in the new support center include:

  • Searchability - Users can now search the support center, via keyword or phrase search.
  • Portability - All text-based articles can now be printed, emailed, saved as PDFs, or shared via Facebook, Twitter, or many other services.
  • Accessibility - Users can now access support information via an independent URL that can be accessed anywhere, regardless of whether or not they are logged into the site.

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