LTS News

EWFM Library and Computing Center will close effective 5 p.m. Friday, March 20th

ewfm library and computing center to close march 20 2020

This announcement was sent to the Lehigh community on March 19, 2020

Dear Lehigh faculty, students, and staff,

Rebecca Luttinen and Brooke Schaeffer share Libraries Student Research Prize for excellence in scholarship and research

2020 Student Research Library Prize winners

Lehigh Undergraduates Rebecca Luttinen and Brooke Schaeffer will share the Libraries Student Research Prize for 2020.

LTS response to COVID-19: Resources and updates

lts response to covid-19

Library and Technology Services provides the following resources for faculty, students, and staff to help them successfully maintain their academic and administrative productivity during the COVID-

Save the date! Lehigh LTS Giving Day, March 5

Lehigh Day of Giving

On March 5, Lehigh will hold its 3rd annual Giving Day, inviting every member of the Lehigh community to make a gift in support of our students, colleges, and everything that makes South Mountain g

Your Library, Your Voice: Help Us Improve Lehigh Libraries!

libraries student survey

Whether you practically live in FML or haven't been to either library since orientation, we want to improve your experience with Lehigh Libraries!

LTS administrative services director Pamela Steigerwalt to retire March 31, 2020

Pamela Steigerwalt

Pamela Steigerwalt, who has served as Director of Administrative Services for Library and Technology Services (LTS) since 2017, has announced that she is retiring from Lehigh University on March 31

LTS enterprise systems director Manny Pena to retire March 31, 2020

Manny Pena

Manny Pena, Director of Enterprise Systems for Library and Technology Services (LTS), has announced that he is retiring from Lehigh University on March 31, 2020.

Winter upgrade brings improved wireless connectivity to campus

winter break wireless upgrade

Over winter break, Library and Technology Services (LTS) upgraded wireless system hardware in the following campus buildings, resulting in an improved overall wireless experience for faculty, stude

New Special Collections exhibit asks ‘Is it worth keeping?’

Is it worth keeping?

Special Collections announces its spring exhibit, “Worth Keeping: Preserving the Past / Informing the Future.” Inspired by the title of an 1890s Atlantic City directory, this exhibit is intended to

Call for Proposals: The 4th Annual LVAIC Information Literacy Symposium

Call for proposals LVAIC Information Literacy Symposium

A Community of Reflection: Information Literacy Research and Scholarship