Let’s say you want to read this article that is available through Howard-Tilton Library:
Roberts, Robin. "New Orleans Mardi Gras and Gender in Three Krewes: Rex, the Truck Parades, and Muses." Western Folklore 65, no. 3 (2006): 303-28
Start at the library website http://library.tulane.edu.
Begin your search for articles at the library home page.
In the Library Search box, choose Articles from the search menu.
An Advanced Search is a way to combine search terms in different categories.
It is similar to a Keyword Search, but allows a more specific search.
Start at the library homepage, click on CLASSIC CATALOG in Popular Resources box.
Then click the ADVANCED tab on the Classic Catalog page.
To do a basic keyword search in the library catalog, click on CLASSIC CATALOG in Popular Resources box on the library home page.
•Type the terms of your search in the Search box. Do not worry about correct punctuation or capitalization, but try to use correct spelling.
To find ebooks, use the Search box on the library homepage library.tulane.edu to search for a topic.
The search results will include books, ebooks, CDs, DVDs, online videos, and more.
First, limit the results by clicking Full Text Online under Show Only in the box to the left of the results list.
Learn how to find music scores in both Library Search and Classic Catalog.
Learn how to find CDs in both Library Search and Classic Catalog.
To begin your library search, go to the library home page and enter terms into the search box.
The initial list of results in library search is the Books+ tab which includes books, ebooks, CDs, DVDs, online videos, government documents, dissertations and more.