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Daring Knowledge: Diderot’s Encyclopédie Spring 2017 Library Exhibit

Poster advertising the Diderot’s Encyclopédie Spring 2017 Library Exhibit

On display in Linderman Library through the Spring semester are a selection of illustrations drawn from the Encyclopédie; ou Dictionnaire raisonné des sciences, des arts et des métiers (Encyclopedi

New library website coming soon!

Screenshot of the library website home page

Soon the library will transition to a new, redesigned website.

New ebooks from Oxford University Press, SAGE, and more

The Lehigh Libraries are adding tens of thousands of new ebooks to our catalog, including recent publications from Oxford University Press (including

Donate Books to the 5th Annual Lehigh Libraries Valentine’s Day Book & Bake Sale

Help a local charity by donating books to the Lehigh Libraries Valentine’s Day Book & Bake Sale Benefit being held February 13, 14, 15 at both E.W.Fairchild-Martindale and Linderman Library.

Coming Soon - EWFM Library Floor Numbering Improvements

Have you ever been confused about floor numbering in the E. W. Fairchild-Martindale (EWFM) Library & Computing Center? You’re not alone!

Follow Us: Special Collections Social Media Outreach

Historical image of the cover of the South Mountaineer publication

At the recent Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC), several sessions were dedicated to the creation, curation, and advertisement of digital collect

Historical Student Publications Digitized

Images of covers of printed copies of historical Lehigh student publications

In 2015, Special Collections was awarded $3,100 by the Lehigh Sesquicentennial Committee to digitize fourteen historical Lehigh student publications dating from the 1870s through the 1970s, contain

Ebooks: “Evidence Based” purchasing expands access to titles

The Libraries have been exploring attractive new book purchasing models that respond directly to the immediate research interests of library users.

Thurs 11/10 - Friends Talk on Modern Tibetan Buddhism by Prof. Annabella Pitkin

On Thursday, November 10th at 4:10 PM, Prof. Annabella Pitkin of the Religion Studies Department will speak about research in contemporary Buddhism.

Friends Talk on Modern Tibetan Buddhism by Prof. Annabella Pitkin

Each year, the Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries sponsor a talk by a newer member of the Lehigh University faculty designed to share faculty research with a broader campus and community au

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