ATLA has released an updated and new instance of Research in Ministry® (RIM®), the database for sharing and searching abstracts of papers and projects. The new database now allows authors, librarians, department chairs, and others to include new abstracts in RIM through a self-submission system. ATLA will no longer be entering these on behalf of participating institutions.
RIM indexes the bibliographic data and abstracts for projects and theses from a variety of graduate programs including Doctor of Ministry (DMin), Doctor of Missiology (DMiss), and Doctor of Educational Ministry (DEdMin), and with the new release, other related graduate programs. RIM is a searchable database with entries for authors, titles, advisors, schools, and ATLA subject headings.
Join us for a Live Demo
Introducing the New RIM: Searching and Sharing Student Research
February 5th || 1:00 CST
Speaker: Christine Fruin, Member Programs and Scholarly Communication Manager
During this workshop, participants will see a demo of the new RIM, including how to create an account, how to share new abstracts through the self-submission form, and how to search.
If you are not able to make it to the webinar, we encourage you to still register so that you may receive the recording and later share it with your students.