LTS spring seminars moving online!

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LTS Seminars now online

We’re going online! Library and Technology Services will be offering the balance of our spring workshops and seminars online via Zoom. Registration is now open for the sessions below.  Registrants will receive a reminder and link to their Zoom session a few days before the seminar.

If you have questions about any of the seminars, please contact the Seminar Coordinator at

Video Editing

LearnX: Adobe Premiere Pro
Friday, April 3, 12:00-1:30pm EDT

Learn the basics of the popular Adobe video editing software, Premiere Pro. We'll use existing video and audio to practice editing techniques and show the most commonly used workflows and tools to edit video.

A free version of the Adobe Creative Cloud suite is available for all Lehigh students/staff/faculty to download. Registrants should install the Premiere Pro software before the workshop.

Registration now closed (Updated 4/1/20)

Missed the seminar? Watch it now!

LearnX: iPhone Pocket Production
Monday, April 13,  4:00-5:30pm EDT

The video capabilities of cell phones are becoming so great that even some feature films and documentaries are being recorded exclusively with them. During this 90 minute workshop, you will learn tips and techniques for shooting video with your iPhone or iPad mobile device. At the end of the workshop you will walk away with a finished video. Must have your own iPhone/iPad.

Missed the seminar? Watch it now!

Productivity Software & Tools

Qualtrics Data
Tuesday, April 7, 9:10-11:00am, EDT

Learn how to analyze Qualtrics survey data and create effective, visually compelling reports. A basic understanding of Qualtrics Design and Microsoft Excel is recommended.

Register now

Missed the seminar? Watch it now!

Deep Dive into Google Drive: Drive for Collaboration
Wednesday, April 8, 9:00-11:00am, EDT

Take a deep dive into tools in Google Drive to improve collaboration. Be more productive, more efficient, have more control over content -- and less work for you!

Missed the seminar? Watch it now!

Or, view the self-paced video series, which covers the same material as the Zoom session and it is available in four segments, each 20 minutes or less: 

Part 1. Google Drive Overview
Part 2. Google Drive Collaboration
Part 3. Google Drive Navigating and Organizing Files
Part 4. Google Drive Tips, Tricks, Highlights

Also see the handouts: Google Drive Tips and Tricks and Google Drive: Sharing

If you would like to schedule a followup session or Q & A on Google Drive, email

Lehigh Gmail: Beyond the Default Settings
Monday, April 20, 1:00-3:00pm, EDT

Gmail has many customization options for viewing and managing your email. Learn how to configure and customize for your needs. This session will cover some of the "hidden" features of Gmail.

Register now

G Suite
Wednesday, April 22, 1:10-3:00pm, EDT

Covers the functionality of Lehigh's G Suite, including basic app overview, file storage and sharing, real time collaboration, and more!

Register now

Introduction to OpenRefine
Thursday, April 23, 2:10-3:00pm, EDT

OpenRefine can make some spreadsheet work that is difficult, or even not possible in Excel, easy to accomplish. Following this introductory seminar, attendees will be given the option to sign up for one-on-one hands-on instruction that is targeted to their specific needs.

Register now

Google Calendar: Power Tool for Time Management
Wednesday, April 29, 1:00-3:00pm, EDT

Calendar is a power tool for productivity at work and at home! Learn how to make the most of Google Calendar.

Register now

High performance computing

Machine Learning
Friday, April 3, 1:10-3:00pm EDT
Friday, April 10, 1:10-3:00pm EDT

In this two part seminar you’ll learn the basic machine learning concepts: supervised and unsupervised learning, classification and regression algorithms.

Register now (see also prerequisites)

Data Visualization with R
Friday, April 17, 1:10-3:00pm EDT

Hands on introduction to Data Visualization using the R programming language.

Register now (see also prerequisites)

Object-Oriented Programming with Python
Friday, April 24, 1:10-3:00pm EDT

Learn the basic concepts of OOP in Python: Python Classes, Object Instances, Defining and Working with Methods and OOP Inheritance.

Register now (see also prerequisites).

Missed the seminars? Visit Training | Research Computing to view the recordings.