Wed Apr-4
Cite and Organize Your Sources Using Zotero

Apr 4 2018 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

308 Howard-Tilton Memorial Library

Wed Apr-11
Cite & Organize Your Sources Using Zotero: Undergraduate Research Edition

Apr 11 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

308 Howard-Tilton Memorial Library

Mon Mar-12 to Apr-13
"To Grow to Greenness and Renown": Female Botanists and Botanical Illustrators

Mar 12 2018 - 3:45pm to Apr 13 2018 - 5:00pm

Rare Books, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, 6th floor

Tue Apr-17
Mapping Digital Scholarship: Illustrating narratives through Knight Lab’s Story Maps.

Apr 17 2018 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Room 308, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library


  • Spring Exhibit in Rare Books
    To celebrate spring and Women's History Month, Rare Books presents "'To Grow to Greenness and Renown': Female Botanists and Botanical Illustrators". Stop by our department space on the 6th floor (9-5 Monday through Friday) to see the physical exhibit, or check out the web exhibit here!
  • STEM Research Assistance in Boggs 605!
    STEM Research Assistance in Boggs 605!
    Sciences, Engineering, and Research Data Management Librarians are available for regular drop-in Office Hours, every Monday from 1:30pm-3:00pm in Boggs 605.

    Can't make it to the Office Hours? Schedule an in-person research consult!
  • Libraries are for everyone image
    Howard-Tilton Memorial Library embraces the following principles:
    • We are committed to reducing barriers to information and to improving access for our users.
    • We strive to offer safe and inclusive spaces that foster an open and accepting learning community.
    • We respect a diversity of ideas, perspectives, and modes of inquiry.
    • We acknowledge multiple and intersecting identities and strive to reflect that diversity...
  • Tell your story! Howard-Tilton Memorial Library is celebrating 50 years in the current building and 80 years of the union of the Howard, Tilton, and Newcomb libraries at Tulane. Click on the logo above to share your experience. We want to hear from you!

  • Books on Circulation Desk

    Alternate Faculty Cards allow Tulane faculty members to designate teaching assistants, graduate assistants, or others to check out materials to their library account. To obtain a card, the faculty member must come to the Check-Out Desk in person. Cards do not expire so they may be passed to other student or graduate assistants as the faculty member sees fit.