ATLA Products Blog: ATLA Welcomes Five Korean Language Titles in ATLAS PLUS™

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The ATLA Products Blog is sharing the stories behind our newest product offering, ATLASerials PLUS™ (ATLAS PLUS™), which was announced in November along with plans to integrate the ATLA Catholic Periodical and Literature Index® (ATLA CPLI®) into the ATLA Religion Database (ATLA RDB)®.

Here’s an excerpt from the ATLA Products Blog.

ATLA Welcomes Five Korean Language Titles in ATLAS PLUS™

The scope of ATLA’s full text coverage expanded significantly in 2017 with the launch of ATLAS PLUS™ and the addition of several titles to A​TLASerials®. These updates included many exciting firsts for the ATLA products, including our inaugural Korean language titles in full text. Five exceptional titles were licensed, adding significant new scholarship to ATLA’s scope. All five journals were licensed with the help and expertise of our in-house metadata analyst and Korean language specialist Su Hyeon Kang.

A subject specialist with a library background, Su Hyeon began her research by consulting the Korean Citation Index and looking for the most cited theological scholarship listed. From there, she narrowed the content pool to unique, high quality journals in four subject areas: Theological Studies of Korea, New/Old Testament Studies, and Mission Studies.

Read the whole story on the ATLA Products Blog.

ATLA offers a prestigious product line of electronic resources to support the scholarly study of religion and theology and we want to share with you the stories behind the journals that have been carefully curated for our users. So, we have created the ATLA Products Blog to give an insider’s perspective and spotlight just some of the journals found in our databases.

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