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Introducing the New Atla Serials Exchange
Atla Staff Christine Fruin and Christy Karpinski introduce and explain features of the new member programs Atla Serials Exchange.
Atla Digital Library Welcomes 3 New Contributors!
We are pleased to announce the addition of three new contributors to the Atla Digital Library. Please join us in welcoming them.
Metadata in the Atla Digital Library
This webinar goes over Metadata Guidelines in the Atla Digital Library, discusses common issues and talks about what makes for good, shareable metadata.
Introduction to the Atla Digital Library
In this webinar, participants will learn more about what the Atla Digital Library is, what is needed to contribute collections, and how to get started contributing.
Atla Digital Library Welcomes Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary!
We are happy to welcome Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary as the newest contributor to the Atla Digital Library! Explore their collection highlights.
New Atla Serials Exchange (ASE) is Coming this January
A new and updated version of Atla Serials Exchange (ASE) is launching on January 15, 2020.
Atla Digital Library Welcomes the University of Divinity!
We are pleased to welcome the University of Divinity as the newest contributor to the Atla Digital Library!
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.
Check out the Newest Contributor to the Atla Digital Library, GTU
Graduate Theological Union (GTU) is the newest contributor to the Atla Digital Library. Check out their collection of 433 items.
View the Newest Contributors to the Atla Digital Library
We are pleased to welcome Union Presbyterian Seminary Library as the newest contributor to the Atla Digital Library! UPSem Library’s ten digital collections include 207 items made up of materials.