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ATLA and Vanderbilt University Divinity Library Contribute Funds for New Open Access Publication in Forthcoming De Gruyter Series

Continuing a long-standing cooperative relationship, ATLA and Vanderbilt University’s Divinity Library have contributed funding to support the open access publication of an edited volume in De Gruyter’s series on Introductions to Digital Humanities: Religion. The volumes in the series address “specific areas of study at the intersections of digital humanities…

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Accessing the New Open Access Versions of Theology Cataloging Bulletin and the ATLA Summary of Proceedings

As we announced last month, Theology Cataloging Bulletin (TCB) and the ATLA Summary of Proceedings will be moving to open access. TCB – Publication Schedule Shifts, Member Notifications of New Issues During the next several months, we will develop a site for TCB on ATLA’s instance of Open Journal Systems (OJS), the same publishing platform used for Theological Librarianship. Beginning in January 2019, TCB will be openly available to…

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Luther Seminary Faculty Adopt Open Access Policy

Submitted by Andrew Keck, Director of Library Services and Director of Institutional Effectiveness, Luther Seminary One of ATLA's Core Values is the "widest possible access to relevant information and ideas," and in keeping with this value, I am pleased to share that in October, Luther Seminary Faculty voted to adopt…

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Open in Order To: Open Access Week 2017

Submitted by Christine Fruin, ATLA Scholarly Communication/Open Access Publishing Manager The theme of this year’s International Open Access Week is “Open in Order To…” and it acknowledges the many benefits, motivations, and goals that drive researchers, scholars, students, librarians, publishers, and others who are working toward a more open scholarly…

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