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Teach Anywhere with Digital Primary Sources

A guide to resources for remote primary source pedagogy at Tulane and beyond.

Digital Collections at Tulane

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.

The collection currently contains over 40 videotaped interviews with leading hiphop and bounce artists, with new interviews added on an ongoing basis.


Through collaboration with Music Rising at Tulane University, many Hogan Jazz Archive Oral Histories are now streaming online for the first time via the Music Rising Website. If there is a transcript or digest available for an interview, it is also online as a searchable pdf.

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