LTS News

Call for proposals: 2020/21 CITL Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellowship

Call for proposals: CITL Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellowship 2020/21

We are now accepting proposals for the 2020/21 Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellowship.

Reading and the Reef: Lehigh Libraries help open the book on new reading room at LUAG

Reading and the Reef graphic

Featuring the exhibition Crochet Coral Reef: By Margaret and Christine Wertheim and the Institute For

Lehigh Libraries to implement FOLIO open source library platform software in summer 2020

FOLIO future of libraries is open logo coming in 2020

The Lehigh Libraries are excited to announce a plan to implement FOLIO in the summer of 2020.

LTS Staff Accomplishments - Fall 2019

Well done written on chalkboard


Recognize the bait: Don’t get phished!

Phishing written on keyboard key

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, a nationwide initiative to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity.

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.