About Beth S Bloom
I have been a member of the Seton Hall library faculty since 1992. My main interest is in information literacy, the research process, and the ways in which students learn how to learn. I have served as coordinator of information literacy, reference librarian, faculty senator, and member of the committee to develop a new core curriculum for the university. I have had the benefit to share in this endeavor by teaching the introductory, Journey of Transformation course. I also serve as library liaison for nursing and allied health, art, music, museum studies, and women' studies. Outside the library, my interests focus on music, dance, and theatrical performance.
Phone: 973 275 2035
Contributions to Books (1)
Information Literacy and Pedagogy from a Librarian's Point of ...
Library of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (2004)
This presentation describes a grant-funded collaborative project between librarians and teaching faculty. Participants reviewed various models of delivery of information ...