On Demand Learning
Atla's On Demand Learning is a collection of free professional development webinars. To catch a live webinar, view our Events.
Metadata in the Atla Digital Library
his workshop will go over these guidelines, discuss common metadata issues, look at tools for reviewing and revising metadata, and talk 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.
Open Educational Resources (OERs): From the Beginning
Melody Diehl Detar
In this session, attendees learn what Open Educational Resources (OERs) are, why there is a need for them, and the opportunities that they can provide.
Copyright for Online Teaching
In this session, attendees will receive guidance on how to navigate these issues including the law of fair use and the various alternatives available to delivering copyrighted content online.
Orientation for Atla SACO Catalogers
Atla PCC Funnels Coordinator Richard Lammert provides an orientation to SACO and the process of proposing subject headings and LC classification numbers.
The Next Chapter: Realizing the Atla Vision
, Gillian Harrison Cain
, Joey Tackett
, Corey Jones
Join Atla Board President Jennifer Bartholomew along with staff from Atla and Forum One for a webinar on the new look of Atla.
“The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up”: The Art of Decluttering and Organizing Library Collections
, Michelle Spomer
, Suzanne Estelle-Holmer
The panelists will discuss how "tidying up" parts of their collections, while in some ways a daunting process, is nevertheless a worthwhile and important endeavor for libraries.
Advising Graduate Students on Copyright and Publishing: What to Expect and How to Respond
While working on their thesis, dissertation or other terminal projects, graduate students often have questions about incorporating the copyrighted works of others in their papers or experience confusion about their own publication options and their rights as authors. In this workshop, participants will learn how to assist students navigate copyright……
Zotero for Librarians
Zotero is an amazing open-source (free) tool that you can easily learn and teach to your students, faculty, and staff.
Introducing the New RIM: Searching and Sharing Student Research
Atla has released an updated and new instance of Research in Ministry® (RIM®), the database for sharing and searching abstracts of papers and projects.