Atla at SBL & AAR

AAR SBL 2020

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My gratitude goes out to you and your colleagues for all you do, as Atla’s databases were indispensable to me in my doctoral studies; see this article on my recent graduation from the University of St. Mary of the Lake.

Dr. Dawn Eden Goldstein, author; Lecturer, Oscott College, Birmingham, UK

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If you are conducting research, tools produced by Atla are made available to students, scholars, researchers, faculty, and religious leaders by thousands of libraries in more than 70 countries.

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Atla's research tools are the ideal choice for libraries supporting the study and research needs of their community in the field of religion and theology.

Atla RDB is essential; there’s nothing else quite like it.

Dr. Timothy Miller, Professor of Religious Studies, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kanasas

Join us for an upcoming webinar

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Colloquial Conversation

The next colloquial conversation, hosted by the TSIG, will be Wednesday, December 8, 2020, at 1pm. The topic will be the PCC Wikidata Pilot.

Ensuring Credit for Publication: How to Get, Use, and Promote ORCID IDs

Learn all about ORCID IDs with Beth M. Sheppard in this online workshop on December 10, 2020, at 11am CST.

Informal Directors Discussion

The Atla Library Directors Group will host an informal meeting to discuss the unique challenges in leading their libraries and supervising staff in the time COVID-19 on Wed. Dec 9 at 11 am CT.