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Continue to Collaborate with Us: Renew Your Membership Today

A message from Atla Board President Christina Torbert on renewing your Atla membership for the new year!

‘Qualitative Research: A Field Manual For Ministry Students’ Published by Atla Open Press

Read the new title from Books@Atla Open Press, 'Qualitative Research: A Field Manual For Ministry Students,' by Timothy Lincoln.

Celebrating Our Products – 75 Years of Scholarship

In this 75th Anniversary Celebration post, we interview three longtime Atla staff members about the history of our products over the years.

Welcome New Members: Davidson College, EcoTheo Collective, and St. Michael’s Abbey

Please join us in welcoming our new Atla Institutional members! Learn more about these libraries.

‘Cuadernos de teología’: A Spotlight on Latin American Theology  

Learn about 'Cuadernos de teología,' a platform for Latin American theology in dialogue with the Global North. Their legacy is preserved in AtlaSerials® (Atlas®).

Apply Now for an Open Educational Resources (OER) Grant

The Atla OER Grant Program is now open for applications for 2021. Apply now and create your own open educational resources for your students.

Atla Announces Publication of Grant-Funded Open Educational Resources 

Learn about the two open educational resources (OERs) that Atla funded through its Open Educational Resources Grant in 2020.

75th Anniversary: The Future of Theological Librarianship

In celebration of our 75th anniversary, we asked a few of our members for their thoughts on the future of theological librarianship.

Atla Announces Publication of New Volume in ‘The Theological Librarian’s Handbook’ Series

Read the new volume in 'The Theological Librarian's Handbook' series: 'Administration in Theological Libraries' edited by Andrew Keck.

Tools for the Study of Religion & Theology

Atla produces a variety of research tools for the study of religion and theology. Atla research tools are available through libraries who subscribe to our products, while resources developed collaboratively by Atla members are freely available to all. If you are looking for bibliographic information or full-text collections of journal articles covering diverse topics and languages, these tools are the place to start.

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