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Project to digitize medieval manuscripts reaches halfway point

Writings on astronomy by an anonymous 15th-century Italian author

Lehigh's Special Collections is excited to share the significant progress of the Bibliotheca Philadelphiensis digitization project as we pass the midpoint of our three year plan.

The new news in the age of interactive media

Haiyan Jia news and social media talk

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Sci-Hub the Disruptor: Piracy and Publishing in Academia

scihub the disruptor

In conjunction with Open Access Week, the Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries sponsored a panel discussion on October 26 titled “Sci-Hub the Disruptor: Piracy and Publishing in Academia.” Fo

Featured Resource: Artstor

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Residential Segregation class visits Special Collections

Karen Pooley Class

On Monday, September 18, 2017, Dr. Karen Beck Pooley and her Residential Segregation class (ES/POLS 305/405) held a class with Lehigh’s Special Collections in the Bayer Galleria.

EWFM Library hours and collaborative space expanded!

EWFM open until midnight

Library & Technology Services is pleased to announce extended hours and enhanced study and collaborative space in the E.W. Fairchild-Martindale Library.

Streaming videos brought to you by the Lehigh Libraries

i am not your negro kanopy

This summer the LTS Diversity and Inclusion Committee, with support from Lehigh's Council for Equity and Community, held a viewing of the film “I

Donate Books to the 6th Annual Lehigh Libraries Valentine’s Day Book & Bake Sale

valentine day book sale

Help a local charity by donating books to the Lehigh Libraries Valentine’s Day Book & Bake Sale Benefit to be held over three days in February, 2018.

Featured Resource: Data-Planet

Data Planet

As of summer 2017, Lehigh Libraries subscribes to Data-Planet, an extensive repository of easily searchable statistical data.

Jane Austen and the Rise of Feminism: A Lehigh Libraries Exhibition

Pride and Prejudice

Lehigh Libraries opened its current exhibition, Jane Austen and the Rise of Feminism: Women Writers as Agents of Change, on July 18, 2017, the 200th anniversary of her death, as part of th


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