From: Jon Allen Weatherly (jweather@TSO.Cin.IX.Net)
Date: Sat Aug 08 1998 - 09:33:21 EDT
The ATLA database is also available on the OCLC database collection. this can
be accessed through many university and public library catalogues by
registered patrons of those libraries.
I am currently doing research at Tyndale House in Cambridge, where ATLA is on
a machine just a few cubicles away, but I often find it more convenient to
telnet my public library in Cincinnati to connect to ATLA via OCLC using the
computer at my desk.
The OCLC version of ATLA uses a different search engine, simpler but less
Professor of Biblical Studies
Cincinnati Bible College and Seminary
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