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Atla provides resources, collaboration opportunities, and research tools to promote worldwide scholarly communication in religion and theology.

Renew Your Atla Membership for 2023

Good news! The "pay what you want" option will be available during the renewal or join process for the 2022-2023 membership year beginning this August.

Atla Announces Selection of John F. Kutsko as Next Executive Director

August 4, 2022 – John F. Kutsko, current Executive Director of the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL), will become Atla’s next Executive Director effective December…

Announcing Additions to Atla Products – July 2022

Atla is pleased to announce the addition of titles now available in the Atla Religion Database® (Atla RDB®) and AtlaSerials PLUS® (Atlas PLUS®).

Atla Announces Publication of Grant-Funded Open Educational Resource on Spiritual Direction

Funded by the Atla OER Grant Program, Books@Atla Open Press releases 'Living Archives: A History of the Center for Christian Spirituality' as an open access resource.

Copyright Claims Board Information Added to Atla Copyright & Fair Use LibGuide

Check out the newly added section about the Copyright Claims Board in the Copyright & Fair Use LibGuide.

Volume Three of The Theological Librarian’s Handbook Now Available

Check out volume 3 of the Theological Librarian’s Handbook about collection development in theological libraries!

SPARC’s Knowledge Equity Discussion Series

SPARC will hosts a series of four 60-minute discussions around knowledge equity from the end of July through early September.

Member Spotlight – Álvaro Pérez

In this month's Member Spotlight, meet Álvaro Pérez, former Library Director at the Universidad Biblica Latinoamericana in Sabanilla, Costa Rica.

Atla Awards Digitization Grants 

This April, Atla awarded over $13,000 USD in grants to four institutions to digitize and describe their unique collections. Learn more about their projects and the digitization grant.

Tools for the Study of Religion & Theology

Atla produces a variety of research tools for the study of religion and theology. Atla research tools are available through libraries who subscribe to our products, while resources developed collaboratively by Atla members are freely available to all. If you are looking for bibliographic information or full-text collections of journal articles covering diverse topics and languages, these tools are the place to start.

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