Be a Part of the Atla Community

The Atla community comprises librarians, scholars, students, and professionals from all backgrounds and walks of life.  Throughout the year, we host a variety of events such as in-person regional meetings, virtual webinars, receptions, and Atla Annual, so that we can gather, learn from one another, and strengthen our community.

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Regional Group Meetings: Network with colleagues, learn from peers, and improve your professional skills at a meeting in your region.

Webinars: Listen to expert-led presentations accessible from any device. Watch and learn at the office, in the classroom, or at home.

Receptions: Meet Atla staff, network with fellow scholars and members, and hear the latest Atla news. Receptions are held at conferences we attend.

Atla-Sponsored Events: We partner with organizations to host workshops, training, and meetings.

Exhibiting: Meet with Atla staff in the Exhibit Hall at conferences and events around the world.

Upcoming Events

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Atla and the SCELC Shared Print Program

Join SCELC and Atla for a webinar on Thursday, January 30, 2020, at 1:00 PM CT to discuss SCELC Shared Print Program, GreenGlass, and are other collaboration efforts.

Introduction to the Atla Digital Library

Are you interested in having your digital collections included in the Atla Digital Library or curious to learn more about it? Register for this introductory webinar to the Atla Digital Library.

Metadata in the Atla Digital Library

This webinar 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.

Atla Annual 2020

We invite you to join our community of members at Atla Annual 2020 in Detroit, Michigan!

Become a member of Atla today!

  • Connect with colleagues in your field
  • Learn from rich professional development offerings
  • Grow through leadership opportunities
  • Collaborate with other professionals and libraries