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Featured Resource: Social Explorer

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Lehigh University Libraries subscribes to Social Explorer, an extensive repository of e

Following the Stars in Special Collections

Following the stars in Special Collections

From astrophysics to the Underground Railroad, Special Collections covered a diverse array of subjects in class visits over the past semester.

Call for Proposals: LVAIC Information Literacy Symposium

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Call for Proposals: LVAIC Information Literacy Symposium

The 2nd Annual LVAIC Information Literacy Symposium:
Structures of Power in Information

Friends of the Lehigh Libraries host book discussions on "The Underground Railroad"

Colson Whitehead Unnderground Railroad book cover

The Friends of the Lehigh Libraries and the MLK Committee are sponsoring several book discussions on The Underground Railroad by Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Colson Whitehead.

Nexis Uni replaces LexisNexis Academic

Nexis Uni

LexisNexis Academic has been replaced by a new, more intuitive interface called Nexis Uni.

Free coffee & cookies for students on Dec. 13, 14, 17, 18

coffee and cookies

In our original article, we included incorrect times for the puppy visits. A corrected version is below:

Special Collections receives gift of the Wolloch family Haggadah

Wolloch family Haggadah

While it is easy to think of Special Collections as a static repository, the collection is constantly growing through new acquisitions and donations to better serve the Lehigh community.

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

On Nov.

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