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LehighHacks Hackathon in EWFM Library on December 2-3, 2016

The annual LehighHacks hackathon will be held on several floors of the EWFM Library from Friday, December 2 to Saturday, December 3. Read more

Friends of the Lehigh Libraries Honor Faculty Authors

On Thursday, September 15, 2016, the Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries hosted its fifth annual “Harvest of Ideas” reception in the Linderman Library Rotunda for faculty who published or ed Read more

"Women of Bethlehem Steel" Mellon Digital Humanities Initiative-funded project completed

Principal Investigators Julia Maserjian, Digital Scholarship Manager, and Seth Moglen, Associate Professor of English, recently completed a Lehigh Mellon Digital Humanities Initiative-funded projec Read more

LTS supports College of Education geospatial research efforts

Scott Rutzmoser, Senior Geospatial Specialist, is supporting the College of Education’s Al Bodzin and his team’s National Science Foundation (NSF) funded research. Read more

Libraries expand access to electronic journals

As part of the effort to extend electronic access to earlier years of journals to our faculty and students as well as create new spaces for study and collaboration, the Libraries have added a numbe Read more

LTS extends help desk hours for the Fall ‘16 and Spring ‘17 semesters

The LTS Help Desk will be open an extra two hours each day, from 9 pm to 11 pm, Sunday through Thursday. Read more

Friends Talk on Modern Tibetan Buddhism by Prof. Annabella Pitkin

Each year, the Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries sponsor a talk by a newer member of the Lehigh University faculty designed to share faculty research with a broader campus and community au Read more

Now available: Classroom Technology and Public Computers website

LTS is pleased to announce the launch of a new website that provides detailed information about technology available in classrooms and computer labs on campus. Read more
Danielle Bettermann and Jenna Casciano

Student Research Spotlight: Re-envisioning South Bethlehem as an Arts District

Too often, popular conceptions of research activity can become mired in the abstract -- researchers toil in labs, collect and crunch data, and read and write long, dense papers comprehensible on Read more


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