• While for the well-being of ourselves and others we are physically isolated, access to libraries is more important than ever.

    In response to the closure of physical library spaces around the world, the following are newly created, exceptionally available, and underrecognized open resources for your learning, teaching, and research in a Covid-19 world.
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    Upon request, student workers, library staff, and other university staff are available to review content for accessibility, create accessible PDFs, identify permalinks to library-provided digital content, generate complete citations, and consider other online classroom support, such as Canvas and Zoom. For more information or to request help, please visit our guide: Teach Anywhere.
  • HathiTrust’s Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS) is temporarily providing Tulane students, faculty, and staff with online reading access to 46% of Howard-Tilton Memorial Library's print book collection, including copyrighted works.  Normally, HathiTrust's collaborative collection of digitized works duplicates access to about 26% of the library's holdings.  The expanded access has been activated because of the library's temporary closure. For more info see...
  • Remote Access to Library Resources
    The library's digital resources include millions of articles from more than 66,000 online journals, more than 1.3 million eBooks, hundreds of research databases, and substantial collections of streaming media.  Subject coverage is spread across humanities, social sciences, and STEM disciplines. For information about access to these resources off-campus see:
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    Comprehensive guide to COVID-19 pandemic information for researchers, health professionals, industry, and the public in Louisiana and across the globe. Covers everything from breaking research news to public policy developments, and data sets. Updated regularly by School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine Librarian, Elaine Hicks,