About ATLA Established in 1946, the American Theological Library Association (ATLA) is a professional association of more than 1,000 individual, institutional, and affiliate members providing programs, products, and services in support of theological and religious studies libraries and librarians.
What does ATLA stand for?
ATLA stands for American Theological Library Association
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- Atlantic Strategic Command
- Adaptive Traffic Load Carrier-Sense Multiple Access
- Adult T-Cell Leukemia/Lymphoma
- Access to Learning Award (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation)
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- Advanced Technology Labs (Lockheed Martin)
- Air Transport Licensing Authority (Hong Kong)
- American Trial Lawyers Association
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- Army Top Level Architecture
- Associação Terra Laranjeiras (Portuguese: Laranjeiras Land Association; Laranjeiras, Brazil)
- Association de la Transformation Laitière Française (French: Association of French Dairy Processing)
- Association of Teachers of Lipreading to Adults
- Association of Trial Lawyers of America
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- Avatar: The Last Air Bender
- Association of Trial Lawyers of America - New Jersey
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McIntosh-Doty presented the memorial tribute of Hager at the 2005 American Theological Library Association annual meeting.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The books are extra copies donated from Harvard Divinity School, Princeton Theological Seminary and about 100 other schools working through the American Theological Library Association.
van der Bent, "Update on Ecumenical Documentation: WCC Library Classification", American Theological Library Association, 30th Annual Conference, 1976, pp.