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Register for the ATLA Winter Webinars

Webinars

We are pleased to announce the schedule for some of the upcoming webinars. These webinars are hosted by ATLA and our partners as a way to foster the exchange of ideas within the theological librarianship profession and share information about important resources.

Cataloging Judaica: Diving into History Workshop

Judaica

The Association of Jewish Libraries (AJL) has partnered with the American Librarian Association (ALA) to produce a series of webinars on Judaica. The next webinar in the series is Cataloging Judaica: Diving into History Workshop with Sheryl Stahl on Wednesday, January 10.

Register for Two Free Webinars this December

Join us this December for two free webinars hosted by ATLA to foster the exchange of ideas within the theological librarianship profession and share information about important resources. This free webinar series was developed by the Professional Development Committee.

Announcing the Fall & Winter Webinar Lineup

We are pleased to announce the schedule for some of the upcoming webinars. These webinars are hosted by ATLA and our partners as a way to foster the exchange of ideas within the theological librarianship profession and share information about important resources. This free webinar series was developed by the Professional Development Committee. More webinars may be added at a later date, so stay tuned for updates to the schedule!

ATLA’s On Demand Learning

As the Spring Webinar Series comes to a close, we wanted to bring your attention to ATLA’s On Demand Learning, a collection of free professional development webinars on topics in librarianship, theological librarianship, technology, and other related fields.

If you missed the Spring Webinar series or would like to re-watch them, we have taken a portion of the recorded sessions and have uploaded them to our website.

Register for the ATLA Funnels Project Webinar this May

Funnels

Richard Lammert, Technical Services Librarian at Concordia Theological Seminary and ATLA Funnels Coordinator, will be presenting a webinar on the ATLA Funnel Projects. The Funnel Projects are sponsored by the Professional Development Committee.

Join Richard at the last webinar of our Spring Webinar Series and learn more about this new exciting possibility of a SACO Funnel.

Read on to learn about this webinar.

Don’t Miss the Last Three Spring Webinars

webinars

It’s difficult to believe it’s already April! We are over halfway through the spring webinars, with only three remaining. If you haven’t already registered, read on for more information.

These webinars are hosted by ATLA and our partners as a way to foster the exchange of ideas within the theological librarianship profession and to share information about important resources.

Update on Spring Webinars

webinars

The Spring 2017 webinars are underway! Please read on for links to the recordings of webinars that have already occurred and to learn more information about webinars yet to come. In addition, we have added a new webinar for members to learn more about OCLC’s WorldShare Management Services.

These webinars are hosted by ATLA and our partners as a way to foster the exchange of ideas within the theological librarianship profession and share information about important resources.

Announcing Our Spring Webinars Lineup

webinars

We are pleased to announce the schedule for the first of the Spring 2017 webinars. These webinars are hosted by ATLA and our partners as a way to foster the exchange of ideas within the theological librarianship profession and share information about important resources.

Update on Fall Webinar Series

The ATLA Fall Webinar Series is underway! This free webinar series was developed by the Professional Development Committee as a way to foster the exchange ideas within the theological librarianship profession. If you haven’t already, please register to attend the upcoming webinars in the series to join in the conversation. Links to the recordings for past sessions are available on ATLA’s On Demand Learning page.

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