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Digital Scholarship: An Introduction
A library guide to methodologies and tools of digital scholarship across disciplines.
The Tulane University Digital Library's (TUDL) mission is the production and delivery of digitized and native digital holdings that support the teaching, research and public service goals of the University. The online communities of scholars, students and the public have access to the rare and unique collections in areas such as Latin American studies, jazz, New Orleans and Louisiana history and architecture.
Music Rising at Tulane will foster national and international study through the work of K-12 educators and university scholars. The program is dedicated to the study, preservation, and the promotion of musical cultures of the Gulf South region, including the states of Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and Texas, as well as the Caribbean, Latin America and the African Diaspora.
The New Orleans Preservation Timeline project offers a Web-based informational resource for those interested in the achievements of architectural preservationists working in one of America’s most well preserved historic cities. Its over 100 illustrated informational entries are sorted by epoch, theme, and the individuals or organizations behind them. Most are geo-referenced. The project was undertaken in two phases between April 2014 and June 2015 by the Master of Preservation Studies program within the Tulane School of Architecture.