Ms. Jennifer Bartholomew

Ms. Jennifer Bartholomew
M.L.I.S., Dominican University
M.A., Old Testament, Luther Seminary
M.A. Thesis: “The Figure of Esther in Rabbinic Commentary, Images, and Feminist Commentary”

Special interests:

  • Information Literacy
  • the Hebrew Bible
  • Interfaith Dialogue
  • Toastmasters
  • World Religions

Memberships:

  • American Library Association
  • American Theological Library Association, Board of Directors, President 2018-2019
  • Chicago Theological Library Association
  • Catholic Library Association

Presentations:

  • Bartholomew, Jennifer, David Kriegh, and Stephen Sweeney. “I Will Give You Shepherds”: Student Formation, Research Literacy, and Accreditation.” Panel presentation, Catholic Library Association, Fall Virtual Conference, October 19, 2018.
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer, David Kriegh, and Stephen Sweeney. “I Will Give You Shepherds”: Student Formation, Research Literacy, and Accreditation.” Panel presentation, American Theological Library Association Conference, Indianapolis, June 2018.
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer, Evan Boyd, Tammy Johnson and Jason Price. “Expanding Access to Discounted Electronic Resources: Panel Review of the ATLA/SCELC Licensing Program.” Listen and Learn Session, American Theological Library Association Conference, Atlanta, June 2017.
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer, “Cultivating A Culture Of Assessment: Using Multiple Collaborative Assignments to Teach Information Literacy.” ALA/ACRL Assessment in Action Poster Session, San Francisco, June 2015.
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer, “Cultivating A Culture Of Assessment: Using Multiple Collaborative Assignments to Teach Information Literacy.” ATLA Conference Poster Session, Denver, June 2015.

Grants:

  • ACRL Assessment in Action: Academic Libraries and Student Success Team Leader; 2014–2015
  • Capital Region Watershed District, Raingarden Stewardship Grant; 2011
  • ATLA Theological Libraries Month Grant; 2008–2011, 2013

Professional Development and Training:

  • “Assessment in Action: Academic Libraries and Student Success,” grant program, ACRL Value of Libraries initiative; 2014–2015
  • Creating Leaders of Tomorrow, ATLA Leadership program; 2012
  • Wabash Center Colloquy on the Role of the Theological Librarian in Teaching, Learning, and Research; 2007
  • EndUser, Voyager ILS training workshop System Administration, “Certification 300”; 2006

Articles and Conference Papers:

  • Bartholomew, Jennifer, review of Don’t Even Think About It: Why our Brains are Wired to Ignore Climate Change, by George Marshall. Journal of Religious & Theological Information. Published online: 05 Jun 2018. https://doi.org/10.1080/10477845.2018.1470432.
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer, Suzanne M. Estelle–Holmer, and Shanee Yvette Murrain. “What is replacing reference?: New models for information services.” American Theological Library Association Summary of Proceedings 68 (2014): 228–237.
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer, Suzanne M. Estelle–Holmer, and Kristine J. Veldheer. “Can theological libraries manage innovation and failure?: Welcome to the church of fail.” American Theological Library Association Summary of Proceedings 68 (2014): 132–137.
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer. “Support for Online Bible Studies.” Listen and Learn Session, American Theological Library Association Summary of Proceedings 67 (2013): 392–393.
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer. “Supporting Online Education: Provision and Assessment of Resources and Services.” Public Services Interest Group panel, American Theological Library Association Summary of Proceedings 67 (2013): 31–33.
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer. “Falling Upward: A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life.” Seat of Wisdom: A Theological and Pastoral Journal, 6 (Winter 2013). http://www.seatofwisdomjournal.org/uploads/Book_Review_by_Bartholomew_on_Falling_Upward.pdf
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer. “The Oxford Dictionary of the Jewish Religion.” Theological Librarianship 5, no. 1 (2012): 77–78.
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer, Mitzi Budde, and Stephen Sweeney. “Incorporating Social Media for Yourself or Your Library.” American Theological Library Association Summary of Proceedings 66 (2012): 276–278.
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer. “Technology Training for a New Age.” Theological Librarianship 3, no. 2 (2010): 1–3.
    Bennett, Miranda, Jennifer Bartholomew, Carolyn Cardwell, Amy Limpitlaw, Claudette Newhall, and Matt Ostercamp. “Free Online Technology Showcase.” American Theological Library Association Summary of Proceedings 64 (2010): 104–07.
  • Alexander, Karen and Jennifer Bartholomew. “Can You Help Me? Training Students to do Basic Reference.” American Theological Library Association Summary of Proceedings, 64 (2010): 294–296.
  • Schottler, Sophie, Jennifer Bartholomew, and David R. Stewart. Panel Discussion: “Collaborative Training for Theological Librarianship.” American Theological Library Association Summary of Proceedings 63 (2009): 118–23.
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer and Pat Ziebart. “E-portfolios: Tools for Assessment.” American Theological Library Association Summary of Proceedings 63 (2009): 266–272.
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer. “Are We Relevant? Did You Find What You Came For? Do We Have What You Need?” American Theological Library Association Summary of Proceedings 62 (2008): 364.
  • Keck, Andrew J., Jennifer Bartholomew, and Pat Ziebart. “Using the Hive Mind to Access the Reference Shelf.” American Theological Library Association Summary of Proceedings 62 (2008): 329–40.
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer. “Wiki–dly Useful: Sharing Information via the Internet.” American Theological Library Association Summary of Proceedings 61 (2007): 233–234.
  • Bartholomew, Jennifer. “Saving the Time of the Reader.” American Theological Library Association Summary of Proceedings 60 (2006): 181–86

Contact: (414) 529-6990
jbartholomew@shsst.edu