Events Listing

Time: 2:00 pm Location: EWFM Digital Media Studio Type of event: In-person

This seminar reviews the minimum essential ingredients required to build research computing projects on Linux platforms. Students will learn the basics of Linux, use shell scripts, Python, and the scheduler on our high-performance computing (HPC) cluster to perform simple calculations. This course will outline the best practices for scaling and repeating many kinds of calculations. All students, faculty, and staff with an interest in learning more about HPC and Linux are welcome to attend.

Time: 11:00 am Type of event: Virtual

Learn how you can improve your security posture by using Duo and other Lehigh tools and systems. We'll cover the basics for multi-factor authentication and make recommendations for password management.

Time: 9:00 am Type of event: Virtual

Whether you're on the front-lines of customer service or want to learn general strategies for de-escalating tense situations, this session can help! Learn practical, easy-to-remember phrases and techniques that defuse and de-escalate when things heat up. Presenters are members of LTS Client Services with years of experience providing services to varied populations.

Time: 2:00 pm Location: EWFM Digital Media Studio Type of event: In-person

This seminar reviews the minimum essential ingredients required to build research computing projects on Linux platforms. Students will learn the basics of Linux, use shell scripts, Python, and the scheduler on our high-performance computing (HPC) cluster to perform simple calculations. This course will outline the best practices for scaling and repeating many kinds of calculations. All students, faculty, and staff with an interest in learning more about HPC and Linux are welcome to attend.

Seminars & Workshops
Date: July 11, 2024
Time: 2:00 pm Type of event: Virtual

This is an overview of Argos, a reporting tool. We will go over the menu structure, explain how security is applied, show the various types of reporting options (dashboards, single reports, scheduled reports, etc.), and how people can gain access to Argos as either a report viewer or a report writer. There will also be time for Q&A.

Seminars & Workshops
Date: July 15, 2024
Time: 9:00 am Type of event: Virtual

This session offers introductory training for using Git and Github for version control for source code and other information.

Seminars & Workshops
Date: July 16, 2024
Time: 1:00 pm Type of event: Virtual

Get a DocuSign overview and introductory training from one of Lehigh's DocuSign specialists. We will cover some basic tips and tricks and well as discuss the different roles available for faculty and staff. Sign up now!

Time: 2:00 pm Type of event: Virtual

This is an overview of Banner. We will discuss the difference between Banner Admin and Self-Service Banner and provide a general navigation training. We will also discuss the security structure and how to gain access to Banner. There will also be time for Q&A.

Time: 9:00 am Type of event: Virtual

For people with a modicum of Google Sheets or Excel experience, this is a chance to learn some popular formulas and how they are implemented in Google Sheets. This is an informal session that will demo uses of five popular Sheets formulas (also Excel). When you sign up, provide us with a little information about what you'd like to learn! To get the most out of this session you should be able to enter data in Google Sheets and be fairly proficient with Google menus.

Seminars & Workshops
Date: July 23, 2024
Time: 1:00 pm Type of event: Virtual

In this seminar, we will explore advanced DocuSign capabilities beyond basic electronic signatures, including the use of templates and PowerForms.

Time: 2:00 pm Location: EWFM Digital Media Studio Type of event: In-person

This seminar reviews the minimum essential ingredients required to build research computing projects on Linux platforms. Students will learn the basics of Linux, use shell scripts, Python, and the scheduler on our high-performance computing (HPC) cluster to perform simple calculations. This course will outline the best practices for scaling and repeating many kinds of calculations. All students, faculty, and staff with an interest in learning more about HPC and Linux are welcome to attend.

Time: 10:00 am Type of event: Virtual

Learn how to search, view, and download library digital collections, including historical material digitized by Special Collections and open access Lehigh Scholarship. The Library Digital Collections contains hundreds of thousands of photographs, books, postcards, university publications, and other historical documents that can all be used for free. Find out how new items are made available and learn what you can do to preserve important Lehigh material.

Time: 2:00 pm Location: EWFM Digital Media Studio Type of event: In-person

This seminar reviews the minimum essential ingredients required to build research computing projects on Linux platforms. Students will learn the basics of Linux, use shell scripts, Python, and the scheduler on our high-performance computing (HPC) cluster to perform simple calculations. This course will outline the best practices for scaling and repeating many kinds of calculations. All students, faculty, and staff with an interest in learning more about HPC and Linux are welcome to attend.