Our friends and active community members from Atla Open Press recently shared some very good news! They announced the publication of “Information Literacy and Theological Librarianship: Theory & Praxis,” a new Open Access title which was produced using Editoria.
Information Literacy and Theological Librarianship has been published under a CC-BY-NC license and is available as a PDF and EPUB, as well as Print on Demand.
Christine Fruin, Scholarly Communications and Digital Projects Manager at Atla, has participated in the Editoria Community right from the start. She is a member of the Advisory Group, and will attend the upcoming Community Meeting in Chicago in December.
Editoria was an important component to the publication of Information Literacy and Theological Librarianship because it allowed us to more easily edit and review a multi-author work and allow the editor to visualize and arrange the chapters in an order that made sense for the topical division of the book,” said Christine. “It also permitted us to save costs on production through the export feature of the software, which obviated the need of hiring an outside designer to layout the book in a custom template.”