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Atla Open Press Announces Publication of “Information Literacy and Theological Librarianship: Theory & Praxis”

"Information Literacy and Theological Librarianship: Theory & Praxis" is a new open access book from Atla Open Press.

Atla Content Spotlight: Spain

Learn about some of the Spanish publishers who account for the majority of our collection of full-text titles in this month's Content Spotlight.

Atla Digital Library Presents the Early Records of Philadelphia’s Oldest Congregations

Over 26,000 records of Philadelphia’s oldest congregations, ranging in date from 1708-1870, are now available in the Atla Digital Library, our portal for religion and theology digital collections.

View the New Atla LibGuides

Atla LibGuides are now available for Atla Interest Groups, Committee, and Denominational Groups for the purpose of producing subject resource guides.

Turning the Page to the Next Chapter

Today, we are thrilled to officially share the new Atla brand with you, our community of collectors and connectors.

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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