There seem to be various ways to access ATLAS®. What are my options?
Access for Students, Staff and Faculty: Please check your library website or call your librarian to find out whether you qualify for access through your institution.
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Access for Alumni/ae: Many academic institutions now offer free ATLASerials® (ATLAS®) subscriptions for their alumni/ae. The number of sites has tripled in the past year. Please periodically check our List of Participating Schools to see if your alma mater offers ATLAS for ALUM subscriptions.
Access for Clergy and Congregational Staff: ATLA has partnered with EBSCO Publishing to offer special discounts for clergy and congregational administrative sites toward access to ATLAS.
EBSCO provides access to ATLAS on their enhanced EBSCOhost platform at a rate of $150 per year if you are clergy or if you are an administrative staff member from a church or congregation of worship. EBSCO will handle all orders, payments, licenses, and account set-up/logins. Due to popular demand, it may take up to 5 business days for EBSCO to respond to your inquiry.
IMPORTANT: You must send your name, title, e-mail address and telephone number and this promotional code, ebsco150, to email@example.com
This is a special promotional code for clergy/administrative offices and it is strictly not for academic institutions.
Onsite visitor access to local college or university library: Check to see whether your local academic or public library has institutional online subscriptions to ATLA's products. If so, you may be able to access these databases as a guest user while physically visiting the on-campus library. Please call the library to confirm the on-campus guest user policy before you visit.
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