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Tulane University Libraries ArchivesSpace Committee (TULA)

The ArchivesSpace Committee manages all aspects of Tulane University's instance of ArchivesSpace.

The Tulane University Libraries ArchivesSpace Committee (TULA) is comprised of collection managers, archivists, librarians, and curators from three Tulane University repositories: Tulane University Special Collections, the Latin American Library's special collections, and Newcomb Archives and Vorhoff Collection. Committee members administer Tulane University’s instance of ArchivesSpace, an open-source, web application used for managing archival information and access that allows users to search, browse, and explore a database of finding aids that describe archival material. TULA members serve as liaisons to Lyrasis, the application’s hosting and tech support service. The mission of TULA is to manage and increase access and discovery of special collection holdings by providing support, training, and resources to the Tulane community. With this goal in mind, TULA members are proactive in ongoing initiatives to improve the local staff and public ArchivesSpace interfaces.

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