After the Spring 2014 semester there will be changes to Microsoft campus agreement (Office and Windows) that affect how students receive software for personally-owned computers.
Data security breaches make the headlines. We’ve read about the recent incidents at Target, Neiman-Marcus, and more locally at The Sands Bethlehem.
Michael Zurat ’04 ’05G worked for LTS from his freshman year until completing his graduate degree. Here he reflects on how this experience influenced his career.
The TRAC (Technology, Research, and Communication) Writing Fellows Program is a peer-tutoring initiative of Library and Technology Services that is now in its sixth year.
Library and Technology Services and the Friends of the Libraries offer warm congratulations to the Libraries Student Research Prize winners John Behre and Carolyn Sivco.
Registration is open for the 2014 Symposium on Teaching and Learning at Lehigh, organized and sponsored by the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL), with support from Library and T
On March 2, 1907, one C.R.S. wrote a postcard depicting Linderman Library to Miss Mabel Housman of Fullerton, Pennsylvania. He simply inscribed Still Looking for You.
Thanks to Lehigh Libraries and the new RapidILL service, Lehigh students and faculty can obtain scholarly materials from other Libraries faster than ever -- often in a matter of hours!
Not so long ago hooking up a laptop for classroom use was pretty straightforward. Most laptops had a fiifteen-pin VGA connector.
Staff in the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) are working with faculty on the development of nine new online courses to be offered by a range of academic departments during fal