Register for the Pacific Northwest Religious Studies and Theological Library Association Meeting

On May 13, 2019, the Pacific Northwest Religious Studies and Theological Library Association (PNWRSTLA) will meet at Mount Angel Abbey in Benedict, Oregon. The event is free; there is a $10 fee for lunch.  To register, please email Steve Perisho, Theology and Philosophy Librarian, Seattle Pacific University, at sperisho[at]spu.edu. Continue reading “Register for the Pacific Northwest Religious Studies and Theological Library Association Meeting”

Attend the Florida Theological Library Association Annual Meeting this April

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Submitted by Philip M. O’Neill, Senior Reference and Instruction Librarian, Barry University

The Florida Theological Library Association (FTLA) will be having their Annual Conference at the Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law in Orlando, Florida, on Thursday, April 25. If you are visiting the Orlando area at that time, you are most welcome to attend this event. Continue reading “Attend the Florida Theological Library Association Annual Meeting this April”

Meeting of the Pacific Northwest Religious Studies and Theological Library Association

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Submitted by Steve Perisho, Theology and Philosophy Librarian at Seattle Pacific University

A meeting of the Pacific Northwest Religious Studies and Theological Library Association (PNWRSTLA) will be held on Monday, May 13 at the Mount Angel Abbey Library in St. Benedict, Oregon.

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Save the Date for the Ohio Theological Library Association Spring Meeting

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The Ohio Theological Library Association (OTLA) will host their spring meeting on Friday, April 5, at the Hanby House State Memorial near Otterbein University, Westerville, Ohio.

The Hanby House, designated as a United Methodist Heritage Landmark and managed by the Westerville Historical Society (WHS), was built in the mid-19th century for United Brethren bishop (and Otterbein co-founder) William Hanby and his wife, Ann. The historic site once served as a station for the Underground Railroad as William Hanby was an active abolitionist.   Continue reading “Save the Date for the Ohio Theological Library Association Spring Meeting”

SCATLA October Meeting, October 26

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The Southern California Theological Library Association (SCATLA) is meeting on October 26th at Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion. As is customary for their Fall meeting, SCATLA is hosting a professional development workshop. Different SCATLA librarians will be presenting on practical experiences and personal expertise for the edification of the entire SCATLA group. Presentation topics include information literacy assignments, preparing for ATS visits, merging service points, open access resources for Korean studies, and more. Continue reading “SCATLA October Meeting, October 26”

Florida Theological Library Association (FTLA) Meets at Warner University

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Submitted by Philip M. O’Neill, Senior Reference Librarian and Instruction Librarian, Barry University, Miami Shores, FL

On Thursday, March 8, 2018, the Florida Theological Library Association (FTLA) held its annual conference at Warner University in Lake Wales, Florida. Sherill Harriger, Library Director at Warner University, graciously hosted this event. Eight persons attended. Continue reading “Florida Theological Library Association (FTLA) Meets at Warner University”

The Carolinas Theological Library Consortium (CTLC) Will Meet March 15

The Carolinas Theological Library Consortium (CTLC) shares resources amongst the various institutions with theology and/or religion programs in North and South Carolina. They will be meeting March 15 at the G. Allen Fleece Library, Columbia International University.

Matt Wasielewski sent out a communication to the CTLC group this week informing the group of the meeting details. Continue reading “The Carolinas Theological Library Consortium (CTLC) Will Meet March 15”