As Seen on Twitter: April 2018

Twitter

The ATLA Twitter feed is filled with news on ATLA events and product updates as well as stories that have relevance to the work of libraries and librarians.

Here are some highlights from last month’s @YourATLA Twitter feed:

Conducting research that requires reading & deciphering old handwriting (aka #palaeography)? Here is a great compilation of online resources to help you explore and understand this fascinating skill and area of research. http://ow.ly/uA8h30jqYQe #handwriting #researchtools


New Catholic Content from the Heart of Rome in ATLASerials PLUS™ https://productsblog.atla.com/2018/catholic-rome/


New SCOOP column on how #librarians are not just knowledge providers, they create knowledge, too, through writing and sharing their own scholarship. Learn about opportunities for you to share your knowledge and expertise. https://newsletter.atla.com/2018/the-scoop-librarians-are-knowledge-creators-not-just-knowledge-providers/ #NationalLibraryWeek


@WSUPress in collaboration with @waynestatelib and support from a @NEHgov and @MellonFdn will release nearly 60 #openaccess books, many of which focus on Jewish studies. See http://wayneopen.org/books/ for titles available now. #OA #judaica #oabooks #wayneopen


The newest issue of #TheologicalLibrarianship is published! Read the latest collection of essays, peer-reviewed articles, and critical reviews. Check it out: https://theolib.atla.com/theolib

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