*Last updated in January 2021*
In compliance with mandated protocols and guidelines at Tulane University and Howard-Tilton Memorial Library to protect staff and users in the building during the pandemic, we have instituted some changes to our office hours and services at The Latin American Library.
For updated general policies on building hours, circulation, ILL, and more, see… (read more)
Designed to replace paper notebooks, LabArchives is a a secure, cloud-based electronic notebook that enables researchers to capture, manage, store, and share information and data. They are designed for intuitive use, ease of search, versioning, and archiving. In this workshop you will be provided an overview of LabArchives and learn the benefits of moving from a paper to an electronic notebook… (read more)
Digital privacy is a unique dilemma in the 21st century. While, it’s easy to find a list of tools to boost your digital privacy; it’s harder to evaluate and choose the right tools for your situation, then install and troubleshoot them. This informal workshop will offer attendees information and hands-on assistance with whatever privacy problems are top-of-mind. Available tools and topics… (read more)
Citation management tools such as Zotero, RefWorks, EndNote and Mendeley can help you to store the citations you find during your research. They all make it incredibly easy to format a reference/works cited list. Which is best for you? This workshop will provide a brief overview of each tool so you can be aware of your options before deciding what tool is best for you.
There are a number of library licensed, open access, and commercial resources for digital scores. This workshop will explore how you can search for and access scores in library licensed resources such as Classical Scores Online, Naxos Sheet Music, and IMSLP. If time allows, we will also briefly touch upon a few open access resources for critical editions.
David Banush, the dean of libraries and academic information resources at Tulane University, has been elected to membership in the Grolier Club, the oldest and most prestigious bibliophilic society in America.
Founded in 1884, the Grolier Club is the oldest bibliophilic society in the United States. Based in New York City, the club consists of nearly 800 American, British, European and… (read more)
Tulane University Libraries are celebrating National Poetry Month this April by inviting anyone from the Tulane community—students, faculty, staff and alumni— to submit their favorite short poems from any period, in any style and any language.
To participate, please provide your name, affiliation, the poem you want to share, some information about it, even a short video of yourself… (read more)
Tulane University faculty member Dr. Lina Moses, a seasoned epidemiologist and disease ecologist in the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, was deployed to Geneva where she worked on the COVID-19 response over the past two months. Receiving daily publication reports, Moses is charged with rapidly distributing the most impactful scientific information to the … (read more)