In celebration of the powerful legacy of Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison's work, the Bethlehem Area Public Library (BAPL) will be hosting virtual book discussion throughout 2021 of each of Morrison's 11 novels. Open to all, please join us for one book, all, or anything in between.
A Reading and Conversation with Lauren K. Alleyne
LTS is pleased to introduce Dropbox at Lehigh, free for all faculty, students, and staff. Dropbox is a cloud-based file storage system that enables easy collaboration, file syncing, and sharing on any device. With a Lehigh Dropbox account you can:
Founded by The Academy of American Poets, National Poetry Month is celebrating a major anniversary this year. Every April for the past twenty-five years, poets and lovers of poetry have gathered together in person and online to celebrate all aspects of poetry. This year, Lehigh Libraries has a slate of virtual and in-person events as our celebration of National Poetry Month:
A Conversation with Osagie K. Obasogie on Bioethics, Race, and Health
Want to reserve a private study space in FML? With 25Live Express Scheduling you can reserve one of 11 study rooms spanning the 5th and 6th floors (south) in Fairchild-Martindale Library.
Software vendors regularly identify and repair software security vulnerabilities by releasing patches and updates. Over time, vendors cease supporting certain software packages and stop releasing patches and updates. Computers with unpatched software are vulnerable to security compromise.
Ever wonder if a service or system is down for everyone, or just for you? Wonder no more with LTS Alerts! Library and Technology Services publishes timely information about planned maintenance or system or service disruptions or outages through LTS Alerts.
Need a book? The Lehigh Libraries’ Grab ‘n Go service is up and running! With Grab 'n Go, you can request your book(s) via ASA, and we'll schedule a time for curbside pickup at the LOVE sculpture just outside FML, Monday-Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Lehigh students, faculty, and staff can now enjoy full online access to The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post, courtesy of the Lehigh Libraries. Full-text of these publications is available via the web sites www.nytimes.com, www.wsj.com, and washingtonpost.com through mobile apps.
Library and Technology Services is pleased to introduce eduroam (education roaming), a free and secure global roaming access service for the international research and education community.
Finding a place to do your best studying is an important part of your Lehigh success. Here you'll find some great places and spaces on campus to crack open a book or laptop, settle in, and get into your study groove during exam weeks and all year long!
Passed in February 2018, federal law H.R. 582 placed new requirements on multi-line telephone systems (MLTSs) that are commonplace in hotels, office buildings, and university campuses. The bill requires MLTSs to allow users to directly dial 911 without additional digits or prefixes, such as “9” in order to reach an outside line.