Systems and Information Resources Librarian, Assistant Professor
- Monroe Library
- Monroe Library
- Library Liaisons
- Web and Systems
Lucy Rosenbloom is the Systems Librarian at Loyola University New Orleans. She coordinates the library’s information systems capabilities, integrating multiple systems to facilitate search, discovery, and delivery of library resources. She is active within The Louisiana Library Network (LOUIS), the state consortium of college and university libraries. As the Co-Moderator of the LOUIS Library Technology Interest Group, in 2017 she worked to facilitate LOUIS member participation in the RFI and Self-Assessment. The project included an examination of the current library services platform and a scan of the library technology landscape. More recently she has served on working groups commissioned by the LOUIS Board to address specific emerging needs, including remote authentication and service desk software. Additional service at the state level includes managing the website for the Louisiana chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) from 2017-2021.
Research interests include radio, podcast search and retrieval systems, and digital preservation of audio content. She presented at the Personal Digital Archiving Conference on archiving voicemail (2018), wrote about the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) for the Internet Reviews column in College & Research Libraries News (2019), and presented on primary sources in podcasts at the NOLA Information Literacy Forum (2019).
Lucy has previous professional experience in museums and cultural heritage organizations, including the Southern Food & Beverage Museum in New Orleans.