1. Library Resources
Open Access Digital Theological Library (OADTL) The mission of the OADTL is to make all open access content in religious studies (and related fields) discoverable by everyone, everywhere in the world through a single search experience for free forever in a non-commercial environment.
EdBrite - EdBrite is an integrated Learning Management System (LMS) and Student Information System (SIS) platform for small and medium-sized colleges, universities, schools, seminaries, churches, ministries, non-profits, organizations, and individual teachers. We simplify E-Learning and student database management on one platform. EdBrite is free for institutions with less than 25 users.
Dictionary of African Christian Biography - the mission of the DACB is to collect, preserve, and make freely accessible biographical accounts and church histories – from oral and written sources – integral to a scholarly understanding of African Christianity.
KOHA The world's first free and open source library system. Koha is a fully featured, scalable library management system. Development is sponsored by libraries of varying types and sizes, volunteers, and support companies worldwide.
OpenBiblio Another open-source library software different from Koha as it is server based, meaning that once you download the program internet access is not required. OpenBiblio is an easy to use, automated library system written in PHP containing OPAC, circulation, cataloging, and staff administration functionality.
Theological Librarianship Theological Librarianship is an online open access journal published by the American Theological Library Association. It includes essays, peer-reviewed articles, bibliographic essays, and book reviews.
Books@Atla Currently the mission of the program is publication of open access works on subjects at the intersection of librarianship and religious and theological studies that potentially impact libraries. Books@Atla seeks to provide resources that guide and support innovative library services and enhance professional development.