LTS News

Data Curation @ Lehigh: Managing Research Data Through Its Lifecycle

Researchers continually cull new data from experiments, simulations, observations, surveys and other research activities.

LTS Promotes Cyber Security Awareness

This October celebrates the 10th anniversary of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, a program created as a collaborativ

Lehigh Awarded $385,000 NSF Cyberinfrastructure Grant

Lehigh University has been awarded $385,000 by the National Science Foundation for the construction of a Science DMZ to improve campus connectivity to the growing national research cyberinfrastruct

Lehigh Preserve: Open Access to Lehigh Scholarship

Lehigh’s new institutional repository, Lehigh Preserve, is an online open access archive of Lehigh scholarly output.

Friends of Libraries Honors Lehigh Faculty Authors

The Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries honored twenty-seven Lehigh Faculty authors at its Second Annual Harvest of Ideas reception on September 12th in Linderman Libraries' Bayer Galleria.

New Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning

Heather Simoneau interacts with student

Three recent initiatives highlight LTS’ continued efforts to anticipate and respond to the changing teaching and learning needs of Lehigh faculty and students. The most prominent of these efforts is the development of a new Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning.

Special Collections Receives Two Grants

Wooden-hinged boat plans

Lehigh Special Collections recently received two competitive grants that will further LTS’ commitment to expanding access to the Lehigh Valley’s industrial history. The grants support work to process, catalog, digitize, and develop finding aids to facilitate research and discovery using important pamphlets, photographs, maps, and drawings.

Cloud Futures @ Lehigh: Balancing Access and Risk

Cloud services

Cloud computing enables the Lehigh community to access technology resources—email, software, storage, etc.—over the Internet. It's fast, convenient, and an undeniable trend. However, the ease and hype of cloud computing needs to be balanced with the risks and complexities associated with securing Lehigh's data.

Jefferson-Hemings Controversy Digital Library Project

Ed Gallagher photo

This summer, LTS’ Library Technology Team launched The Jefferson-Hemings Controversy, the latest in a series of e-history projects by Ed Gallagher, Professor of English. Gallagher’s suite of websites, known collectively as History on Trial, examines various controversies concerning the representation of history.