Bruce DuBoff is a doctoral candidate at Rutgers SC&I with an LIS focus. Bruce DuBoff earned his B.A. in English from Penn State in 1985 and his M.L.I.S. from Rowan University in 2003. His research focuses on the intersection of science fiction, interest development, flow, inquiry design, and science and STEM subjects and activities. He has several publications, presentations, and book chapters. He is a recently retired public school SLMS and English teacher during which he twice won the Pennsauken (NJ) PTA Parent’s Choice Award (2005, 2014). DuBoff is a former Webmaster (2010-2014) and Past President of the NJ Association of School Librarians (2016). He also served on the AASL Best Websites for Teaching and Learning Committee. He was very proud to be named Rutgers Collier-Kuhlthau Fellow for 2020. DuBoff now serves as an Association for Educational Communications & Technology (AECT) Convention planner, Leadership Development Committee Job Center Chair, and President-Elect of the Technology Integrated Learning division of AECT. He expects to graduate in May 2022.
The Pennsylvania State University
B.A., English/Creative Writing
M.L.I.S., Education/School Librarianship