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ATLA 2017 Conference Bags Made by re:loom

re:loom

We are thrilled to have the ATLA Annual Conference tote bags sponsored by the JBC Library at Columbia Theological Seminary made by re:loom. These specially made bags were designed and woven with our conference attendees in mind.

re:loom employs and empowers homeless and low-income individuals through weaving beautifully-designed products out of upcycled materials. All profits benefit Atlanta’s Initiative for Affordable Housing to reduce homelessness.

ACLS Humanities E-Book (HEB) Offers Chance to Win Amazon Dot at ATLA 2017

Submitted by Christopher Plattsmier, ACLS Humanities E-Book

Greetings ATLA Members! ACLS Humanities E-Book (HEB) is excited to be exhibiting during the upcoming ATLA Annual Conference in Atlanta. This will be a great opportunity for ATLA Members to connect with the HEB team about the ATLA Special Series that launched last year, discuss challenges in the digital library marketplace, and earn the chance to win an Amazon Dot!

There are only two requirements to enter to win the Amazon Dot: 1) You must be an active ATLA Member and 2) You must provide at least one title recommendation for the ATLA Special Series. Title recommendations are to be for backlist and/or out-of-print titles in the humanities that are essential to religious scholarship, have lasting scholarly importance, and can benefit the members of ATLA. If you would like to email HEB your recommendation to enter the Amazon Dot drawing before the conference, that is fine too!

Small Libraries Interest Group to Meet at ATLA 2017

Submitted by Susan Ebertz, Chair, Small Libraries Interest Group

The Small Libraries Interest Group will be having our FIRST meeting as an official interest group at the end of our session “Small Libraries Collaborating to Create Information Literacy Videos” on Friday, 3:30 pm at the ATLA Annual Conference. Join us and add the session to your schedule now.

Colleges and Universities Interest Group (CUIG) Reactivation Meeting

Submitted by John Thompson, Eberly Library, Waynesburg University

At the 2017 ATLA Annual Conference in Atlanta, there will be a meeting to see if there is interest in reactivating the Colleges and Universities Interest Group (CUIG).

You’re Invited to the 2017 ATLA Annual Conference Opening Reception

Reception

Don’t forget to add the 2017 ATLA Annual Conference Opening Reception to your conference schedule! For the first time, this year the Opening Reception will be held in the Exhibit Hall to allow more time for attendees to explore all of our vendors’ offerings and meet fellow conference attendees.

Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and drinks while you explore the exhibits and reconnect with colleagues before venturing into the Atlanta Perimeter area.

Register for the Pre-Conference Workshops at ATLA 2017

Enjoy the full conference experience by registering for pre-conference workshops on Wednesday, June 14 at the 2017 ATLA Annual Conference. This is a great time to train and learn from experts and fellow peers as you dive deeper into topics, such as scholarly communication, accreditation, special collections, and media. In addition, we recently added a writer’s workshop presented by the ATLA Press Coordinating Council.

Read further to learn about these valuable, in-depth sessions. 

Calling All Lifetime Members:  A Special Invitation to the 2017 ATLA Annual Conference

Has it been awhile since you saw your friends and colleagues from ATLA? Are you considering attending the upcoming ATLA conference in Atlanta but need one more good reason to go? If so, we hope you’ll join us at this all-conference dinner and special event.

Destination ATLA: Answering Your Atlanta Questions

Destination

We are excited to announce Destination ATLA, a new blog devoted to sharing information about the ATLA Annual Conference location. This blog is run by the Local Host Committee (LHC) and will be a great resource for all conference attendees.

Do you have questions on restaurants and the best food to taste? Wondering what entertainment options there are in Atlanta? This blog will be answering those questions and more. Also, we invite you to use the comment section on the blog to ask questions about Atlanta and a member of the LHC will respond.

Experience Atlanta at the 2017 ATLA Annual Conference

The 2017 Local Host Committee have prepared four excursion options during the 2017 ATLA Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Explore libraries, parks, museums, and the newly-constructed SunTrust Park during your conference stay.

For a list of the excursions, including information on ticket pricing, see the Official Conference Schedule.

To register for the conference, please click here. If you have already registered and would like to add one of these excursions to your conference registration, please email memberrep@atla.com.

ATLA 2017 Session Spotlight: Research Practices of Religious Studies Scholars Luncheon

luncheon

You are invited to the Research Practices of Religious Studies Scholars Luncheon on Friday, June 16, held 11:30am-1:00pm during the 2017 ATLA Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.

In early February 2017, ITHAKA S+R published Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Religious Studies Scholars, the latest in a series of projects that investigate the research support needs of scholars by their discipline.

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