Turchin Library's licensed electronic resources (e.g. databases, e-journals, e-books, etc.) are for academic use only by current Tulane University faculty, students, and staff. This means that you can use them for your coursework, career exploration, and personal enrichment.
You are strictly forbidden from using databases for employers or internships, or providing direct access to anyone at these or other organizations. Breaching this policy may result in vendors’ canceling access, and students/individuals possibly facing disciplinary action for non-compliance with Tulane's Code of Academic Conduct for undergraduates, and the Unified Code of Graduate Student Academic Conduct for graduate students.
You are allowed to excerpt or summarize small portions of reports, articles, data, and other documents for inclusion in presentation decks, papers, and all other project and course deliverables.
You can never distribute to any project-related clients or anyone outside of Tulane any reports, articles, spreadsheets, data, etc. from Turchin’s licensed resources.
You must always accurately cite all content used. Guidelines for correctly citing sources in your presentations or bibliographies can be found at the Turchin Library guide to citing sources.
You are strictly forbidden from using databases for employers or internships or providing direct access to anyone at these or other organizations.
Our business librarians will gladly recommend alternatives to Turchin's databases, as well as provide search strategies/guidance for your organization’s subscription resources.
According to Tulane's Copyright Notice, students, faculty, and employees are required and expected to adhere to U.S. copyright law, which restricts reproduction, distribution, and other uses of copyrighted materials.
You must abide by Turchin Library's Licensed Electronic Resources Conditions of Use Policy as noted above.