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Loaner Laptops available at EWFM Library

Loaner laptop computers for short-term use are now available from Lending Services at the E. W. Fairchild-Martindale Library.

Open Access Bit by Bit: How Scholarly Publishing Must Change

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The world of scholarly publishing has seen significant changes over the past several years from rising journal costs to the development in open access publishing.

New Express Purchase service facilitates the purchase of books for the library print book collection

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The Lehigh Libraries are excited to announce a new rapid book fulfillment service available to Lehigh University faculty.

Course Site upgrade brings new features and enhancements

On Sunday, December 27, 2015, Course Site was upgraded to Moodle version 2.8.x. With this upgrade came some great new features, including a few that the user-community has been long awaiting.

Changes to Printing at LTS Sites. More options, lower color printing rates!

In response to student feedback and increased demand for color printing, LTS is pleased to announce the addition of another color printer, lowered color printing costs, and enhancements to PaperCut

Assistive Technologies: Moving forward with accessibility

A number of LTS Staff members serve on the accessibility/assistive technology subcommittee of the campus group, the Disability Advisory Committee.

Faculty can now reserve Virtual Public Site seats for classes

Library and Technology Services now offers a service that allows faculty to reserve access to Virtual Public Site (VPS) seats for classes.

Applications now open for the Libraries Student Research Prize

Submit your application at -- applications accepted until midnight, January 25, 2016.

Caption This! for accessibility

Although most instructors may be aware that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) spells out requirements for accessibility, they may not know the specifics as

Friends of the Libraries Event: "Digitizing Democracy: A Quantitative Perspective on the Legislative Archive and the Rise of Majority Rule”

Majoritarianism is a precondition for partisan and democratic politics, but we know very little about how it came to dominate collective decision-making in representative assemblies.


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