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Teach Anywhere Using Digital Course Materials

A library guide to creating and providing accessible digital course materials for online teaching and learning.

Let's Get Digital

In line with Tulane's response to the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19, Interlibrary Loan services will continue, but only for article requests since articles can be scanned. The library will not be able to facilitate ILL requests for physical items. 

Scan and Deliver

Howard-Tilton Memorial Library’s Interlibrary Loan (ILL) department has opened up our Scan and Deliver service for all Tulane Uptown campus undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty (not including the Law school).

The service includes scanning journal articles or a book chapter or less from the library’s circulating print collections and delivering electronically to the faculty’s or graduate student's interlibrary loan account. Special Collections materials are not included in the service.

Submit a request using the Article or Book Chapter form on ILL page linked above. To comply with U.S. copyright law, only one book chapter or less or one article from a periodical issue is allowed per request. 

For more information or assistance, contact the Interlibrary Loan office at

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