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Lehigh Community of Practice: Online Teaching and Learning, May 2

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The Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning (CITL) invites you to a new Community of Practice on Online Teaching and Learning.

Call for Requests for CITL Partnership / CITL Faculty Fellowship Course Development Grants

If you would like to work with Lehigh's Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) on a course you are teaching in 2019, please

2018 LTS Client Satisfaction Survey Preliminary Report

In the Spring of 2018, Library and Technology Services (LTS) engaged an external consultant company, MOR Associates, to perform an independent assessment of client satisfaction for the services pro

Wed. May 17 - Reacting to the Past micro-workshop

Reacting To The Past (RTTP), is a robust pedagogy developed by historian Mark Carnes of Barnard College.

Wed. 4/19 and Thurs. 4/20 - 2017 Annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning

The purpose of the annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning event is to highlight new, interesting, and effective approaches to teaching and learning at Lehigh.

Thurs. 4/20 - Open-mike poetry reading celebrates student work

poster advertising the Drown Writers Series featuring student work

To celebrate National Poetry Month, Amaranth and the Lehigh Libraries invite the campus to our annual open-mike poetry reading.

Media Literacy, Fake News, and Lehigh

Faculty and staff participating in the seminar

On February 28th, the Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning (CITL) presented a seminar entitled "Media Literacy, Fake News, and Lehigh".

CITL Workshops for the week of March 20, 2017

Visit http://citl.lehigh.edu/events to register and to see a complete list of upcoming events.
The following workshops are scheduled next week:

Innovative geospatial tools for education and research

To support the research of Prof. Alec Bodzin, Prof.

Is your research paper prize-worthy?

The Libraries Student Research Prize will be accepting paper/project submissions soon, and winning undergraduate student writer/scholars could receive up to $1,000!