Collectors & Connectors: Supporting the Scholarly Study of Religion and Theology

Presented by: EBSCO, Atla, and Library Journal
Event Date: Wednesday, May 5, 2021


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Atla and EBSCO invite you to take part in a free webinar “Collectors & Connectors: Supporting the Scholarly Study of Religion and Theology”. This webinar is part of EBSCO’s Inspired Webinar Series, which explores challenges unique to each field of study and solutions which can commence in the library.  

During this session we will hear from three experts at Atla, a membership association of librarians and information professionals committed to advancing the study of religion and theology, and a producer of research tools the study of religion and theology. They will present Atla’s ongoing strategic work across its digital research tools to diversify and expand content coverage and their efforts to make it more discoverable and accessible to anyone studying religion, theology and more generally, the humanities.

Attendees will learn about Atla’s ongoing efforts to expand its research tools in the following ways:
•    Content (Geography, Faith Traditions, Language, Interdisciplinary)
•    Search (Faceted vocabulary, removed geographies, tutorial videos)
•    Format (More Full-Text, OA content, V1I1, Ceased Titles)
•    Access (Alumni Access, Blog Updates)



  • Cristina Ochoa, Product Specialist, Atla
  • Jill Annitto, Editorial Manager, Atla
  • William (Bill) Badke, Associate Librarian for Associated Canadian Theological Schools and Information Literacy, Trinity Western University


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