• Library patrons may now check out their own materials using our contactless Self Check-Out kiosk or from their phones! The Self Check-Out kiosk is located on the first floor beside the Check-Out Desk. You can either use your Tulane Splash ID card or download and install the meeScan app from the Apple or Android/Google app store. Click here for more directions.
  • TUL Faculty Author Spotlight Series 2020
    As the informational hub of campus, TUL presents the 2020 Faculty Author Spotlight as a virtual program in an effort to unite the campus during these unprecedented times. This digital collection will be available to all Tulane affiliates and the public in an effort to celebrate the authors, promote the extensive scholarship at Tulane, and encourage cross campus scholarly conversations. Videos will be released every Monday and Friday in the fall starting September 14, 2020. Read more about...
  • Fall 2020 User Satisfaction Surveys
    Tell us how we are doing! Your feedback is incredibly important to help us continue to improve Tulane Libraries services and operations this fall. Please complete these short surveys which take approximately one minute so we can gauge user satisfaction with our workshops, e-book offerings, hours, self-checkout station, and more.

    Tulane University Libraries Online Services Fall 2020 Satisfaction Survey...
  • Library Guides in Canvas
    To find the best information on a topic, look no further than library guides, which are developed by our librarians and staff who have in depth knowledge of TUL's vast collections. As of this semester, library guides are now available directly in Canvas where you can also chat or book a consultation with a librarian. Watch our YouTube tutorial on all things Library Guides:
  • Features of All Access eBook Collection
    • Access to 2020 eBook monographs as they publish throughout the year          
    • Access to all Elsevier eBooks on ScienceDirect, 37,390+ titles across years          
    • Automatic access to all forthcoming Monographs, Series Volumes, Reference Works including Reference Modules          
    • Provide seamless flexibility to...
  • The library has the following spaces available for individual or small group use:
    • Room 116
    • Room 119
    • Room 501
    • Room 602
    • Group studies on 2nd  and 3rd floors along the Dixon and Freret sides of the building.

    All spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis.  Users should use headphones if attending class via Zoom.
  • Tulane University Libraries YouTube Channel Image
    Check out our fast-growing selection of fun and informative videos: tutorials, collection and exhibit overviews, poetry readings, and more. We’ll be debuting new and exciting content throughout the year. We invite you to like and share our videos and smash that subscribe button to get alerts when new videos are uploaded.