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Coming in January: New Collaborative Space in EWFM

In January, LTS will unveil a new collaborative space on the fifth floor of EW Fairchild Martindale Library.

Kuali OLE Version 1.0 is Released!

kuali OLE

The Kuali Open Library Environment (OLE) team, a multi-institutional software development project, has released Kuali OLE 1.0, the first community-source integrated library system designed by and f

Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellowship

The Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries is proud to announce the formation of a newly funded Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellowship. The fellowship provides $5,000 to faculty (of any rank or any discipline) to explore, reflect upon, and create scholarship produced with digital tools and presented in digital form. In collaboration with the Friends, The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning will oversee the Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellowship program.

Call for Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellow

The Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries is proud to announce the formation of a newly funded Digital Scholarship Faculty Fellowship.

Win $1000 for your exceptional course paper or project

Attention undergraduates! Submit your paper to The Libraries Student Research Prize

Do you enjoy doing research?

Do you write well?

Data Curation @ Lehigh: Managing Research Data Through Its Lifecycle

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

Lehigh Preserve: Open Access to Lehigh Scholarship

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

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.

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.

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