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Wabash Colloquy on The Role of the Theological Librarian in Teaching, Learning, and Research

Description 

ATLA works with the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion to provide new theological librarians with an orientation to the profession/vocation and an exploration of its fundamental teaching responsibilities. Strategies for working effectively with faculty are introduced in the context of an understanding of the distinctiveness of the theological librarian’s role in the activities of theological scholarship — teaching, learning, and research. The Wabash Colloquy is sponsored by the Professional Development Committee
 
Learn more about this program and past cohorts on the Wabash Center website​

Eligibility 

Current Individual Members 

How to Join 

Availability of the Wabash Colloquy is based on membership interest. Approximately every 2-3 years a new cohort is formed. If you are interested in participating in the Wabash Colloquy, e-mail memberrep@atla.com and we will contact you when information is available about the next cohort.  

Contact 

E-mail questions to the Member Programs Department at memberrep@atla.com.   

Information for Participating Members 

Past Cohorts 

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