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Logging on to the ATLA Religion Database

You can access the ATLA database whether you are on campus or off campus. In this tutorial, we will show you how to do both!

Note: This tutorial is also available as a PDF or PowerPoint

1. On campus users can go through the Stitt Library web site.

Click on “Explore Our Databases”

Then click on the “ATLA Religion Database and Other EBSCO Databases” link

2. You can also access the database by typing in the URL directly: http://search.ebscohost.com

In either case, when you get to this screen, click on “ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials”

Success – you have reached the interface to the ATLA Religion Database!

3. Off campus users can access the database by logging into the portal.

If you are off campus, login to the portal.

After you have logged in, select the Library Online Resources tab. 

Next click through to Library Online Resources page.


Then select the Databases tab.

And finally, click on the link for the database you wish to search.


Now you are ready to search!

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