LTS News

Water emergency in EWFM Library

FML emergency closures

Due to a ruptured water line in the EWFM Library, the Cafe @ FML will be closed today and will re-open after pacing break on Wednesday, Oct. 16.

Brown & White scavenger hunt among three new Special Collections 5x10 events

Lehigh Libraries' Special Collections is offering three new Creative Curiosity 5x10 events this semester.

Zoom now available campuswide

Zoom Get together, whenever, wherever.

LTS and Finance and Administration are pleased to announce the launch of an institutional site license for Zoom, a communications platform that offers audio and video conferencing services across a

Entrance to EWFM Library on Oct. 14-15

EWFM Library Lehigh University main entrance

The main entrance to the E.W. Fairchild-Martindale Library will be closed on two days during pacing break so that upgrades to building signage and doorways can take place. On Monday, Oct.

Support ends soon for Windows 7

Windows 7 Support ending soon

As of January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer support or offer security update patches for Windows 7.

8th annual Harvest of Ideas celebrates Lehigh faculty authors

2019 Harvest of Ideas Faculty Authors Reception

On Monday, September 16, 2019, the Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries hosted its 8th annual Harvest of Ideas reception in the Linderman Library Rotunda for faculty who published or edited a

Free or reduced-price software for faculty, students, and staff for Fall 2019

laptop on desk work space

Current students, faculty, and staff at Lehigh can take advantage of free and reduced-priced software available for download or purchase from a variety of sources for academic, departmental, and pe

Special Collections experience pays dividends for Lehigh junior at PA Dept of Revenue internship

PA State Attorney General Josh Shapiro with Wilberto Sicard '20

The author is guest writer Wilberto (Berto) Sicard '20, an Africana Studies student and Special Collections assistant, pictured right with Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro.

In Spring 2019, I was deep in the process of applying to several internships and came upon two competitive government internships in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the state’s capital and seat of government. The Pennsylvania House of Representatives sponsored the first internship, which consisted of working as an Archives Intern and performing the work of describing, preserving, and organizing the history of the House. The second internship was offered by the James A. Finnegan Foundation and required an essay competition. Following the essay competition, the Foundation selected between four to eight winners who were then assigned to a 10-week paid position within the state government. Additionally, the program featured weekly lunches with key Pennsylvania cabinet members and officials.

Bring your ideas to life in CITL Creator Spaces!

Lehigh University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning Building C Creator Spaces

The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning provides students, faculty, and staff with a host of technology spaces where they can imagine, create, and develop their ideas, turning their visi

LTS bids farewell to two Lehigh Libraries staff

Happy Retirement Pat Ward and Brigit Gray

This fall, as Library and Technology Services unveiled a new cafe and merged service point for Help Desk and Circulation Services at Fairchild-Martindale Library, the Library Lending Services Team

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