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Applications now open for the Libraries Student Research Prize

Submit your application at go.lehigh.edu/libprizesubmit -- applications accepted until midnight, January 25, 2016.

Caption This! for accessibility

Although most instructors may be aware that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) spells out requirements for accessibility, they may not know the specifics as

Friends of the Libraries Event: "Digitizing Democracy: A Quantitative Perspective on the Legislative Archive and the Rise of Majority Rule”

Majoritarianism is a precondition for partisan and democratic politics, but we know very little about how it came to dominate collective decision-making in representative assemblies.

First Year Students explore research opportunities through LTS 5x10s

students and staff working in a computer lab on the transcribathon effort

During the fall 2015 semester, LTS hosted three 5x10 sessions for first year students as part of the 5x10 program series sponsored by the Student Affairs Office of the First Year Experience.

New Digital Journal Archives for Fairchild-Martindale Library

Users of Fairchild-Martindale Library will notice additional seating and natural light on the second and third floors in the Mart wing.

Special Collections Digital Diaries Project

For the past several months, Special Collections has been hard at work digitizing and creating metadata for several unique diaries in our collection as part of a new collaborative project with the

Upcoming 5x10 Sessions for First Year Students and others

Tues. 10/20 - How to Win a Research Prize and Thurs. 10/22 - Transcribathon: Work with letters of historical figures

Tues. 11/3 - Big Data Workshop presented by XSEDE

XSEDE, with the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, is holding a one-day Big Data workshop on Tuesday, November 3, 2015.

Monday 9/21 - Students and faculty, come share your ideas for the future EWFM Library

The architectural firm Cannon Design is working with Library & Technology Services in a planning study which will result in the development of concepts for new collaborative learning areas with

Thursday 9/24 - CITL Workshop: Preventing and Handling Plagiarism

Have you had a problem with plagiarism in the writing students do for your courses? Do you want to know more about how plagiarism should be handled?