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Access for Libraries and Librarians

EBSCO, a database aggregator, produces and distributes its own version of products that are created from data licensed from ATLA. 

We encourage you to contact the aggregator and publishers directly for information about pricing, licensing, terms of use, subscription terms, trials, features, and technical support.

Community colleges, special libraries, etc.: EBSCO offers special rates for community colleges, public libraries, special libraries, high schools, churches and communities of worship.  For information, contact EBSCO Information Services, www.ebscohost.com.

 

ATLA ALUM Product Offerings make it possible for academic institutions to provide alumni/ae remote access to the same ATLA databases used as students, including the make it possible for academic institutions to provide alumni/ae remote access to the same ATLA databases used as students, including the ATLA Religion Database® (ATLA RDB®), ATLASerials® (ATLAS®) and ATLA Catholic Periodical and Literature Index® (ATLA CPLI®). School representatives interested in subscribing should contact their EBSCO Sales Representative. For more information, contact us at products@atla.com  

 

Institutions in Developing Countries: As a not-for-profit association of theological libraries and librarians, ATLA understands the importance of supporting theological education throughout the world and offers prices to make its products affordable for theological seminaries and schools in eligible developing countries

 

Please note that most of ATLA's products are not directly accessible through this website.  Two exceptions are the free databases, Research in Ministry® (RIM®) and Cooperative Digital Resources Initiative (CDRI).  If you are looking for journal articles, abstracts or bibliographic information, ATLA's subscription products are available only through a database aggregator. For more information, visit Product Access Options and Guidance