September 28, 2023 12:30 PM to 1:30 PMUptown Campus
In this workshop, attendees will learn about the variety of resources at their disposal to find information on Louisiana’s past and present. We’ll cover strategies for online research into historical and contemporary news, politics, education, culture, activism, data & statistics, and maps, as well as tips for in-person research in archives and special collections. The workshop format will be a presentation followed by a Q&A in which you’ll have to the chance to share your information needs with the librarian and attendees and receive advice and feedback. The workshop will be online only and open to both Tulane affiliates and the general public. However, please note that many of the databases covered require a Tulane login, so members of the public may not have the chance to explore all online resources during the session.
Requirements: Computer and internet access
This workshop will be: Zoom Only
**The Zoom link will be provided immediately following registration at https://tulane.libcal.com/event/11119174 **
This workshop may be recorded and made available on the Tulane University Libraries YouTube page
Related LibGuide: Louisiana Information Sources: A Guide by Rachel Stein