On Thursday, September 11, 2014, the Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries hosted its third annual “Harvest of Ideas” reception for faculty who had a book published during the previous year.
Should information be free? Advocates of open access believe that information should be freely available for scholars to use to create new knowledge and to make new discoveries.
Tuesday, September 23, 4:10pm, Scheler Humanities Forum (Linderman 200)
Profiting from Learning: Selling Reference Books in Nineteenth-Century America
Art is a defining feature of Lehigh’s landscape. Both upper and lower campuses – indoors and out – are rich with artwork, including paintings, sculptures, photographs and historic artifacts.
For over two centuries, the United States has been a wellspring of scientific and technological innovation.
The Lehigh Libraries are excited to announce the implementation of a new library management system, Kuali Open Library Environment (OLE), a next generation open source library system to manage both
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.
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!