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In addition to the Libraries themselves, and the wires and wi-fi signals that suffuse the campus, LTS maintains and supports equipment in a large number of facilities of various types all over campus, often in coordination with other departments, such as the Registrar, the campus Facilities department, Distance Education, as well as academic departments. These spaces include classrooms with projection equipment, video conference rooms, study spaces, and walk-up service desks.

Detailed information about each location can be found in the Classroom Technology and Public Computers pages. Each location and technology has its own page, with pictures, listings for who to contact about specific items or services in that room, and, where available, step-by-step instructions for using the equipment there.

Libraries and Study Spaces

Lehigh has two main libraries, housing a variety of collected materials and research specialists.

  • Linderman Library The oldest and newest library on campus is a laboratory and showcase for humanities programs and collections, as well as an intellectual center for the campus at large. Its address is 30 Library Drive.
  • E.W. Fairchild Martindale (EWFM) This library supports all branches of science, engineering, mathematics, and the social sciences including business and education. Its address is 8A Packer Avenue.

Much more information is available on the Library Pages

Service Desks

In-person walk-up help with library and computer needs is available at a number of locations

  • Help Desk -- the LTS Help Desk team is the primary point of contact for most LTS technology-related services. In addition to walk-up help, they're available to answer questions and direct assistance efforts via email, telephone, and live chat. These desks are staffed at both primary libraries, EWFM and Linderman
  • Circulation Desk — Both libraries also include staffed desks for traditional library lending, media and research services as well.
  • STARS Desk -- located in the EWFM Computing Center, this facility provides walk-up support for students and their personal computers.
  • Digital Media Studio -- located in EWFM, on the south side of the southern breezeway, this room houses the Instructional Media Services desk, where students, faculty and staff can borrow equipment or engage numerous media services.
  • Computer Repair Services — LTS' Computer Repair team is located in the heart of the EWFM Computing Center. While they require referral from other LTS staff, they're capable of doing in-warranty repair on several brands of computers for students, faculty and staff at Lehigh.

Technology-Equipped Classrooms

LTS' Classroom Technology Support Team in partnership with the Digital Scholarship team maintain audiovisual display equipment and computers in a large number of varying types classrooms on campus.

  • Auditoriums -- These are large-capacity venues for introductory classes or larger assemblies.
  • High-Technology Classrooms -- These rooms are equipped with an instructor's station PC and a projector with a large screen or a large-screen display visible from all points in the room. Often, they are equipped with additional features, such as VCRs, DVD players, Document Cameras, etc.
  • Laptop Classrooms -- These rooms are equipped with projectors and connections for Laptops at an instructor station.
  • Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) — These areas represent Lehigh’s ongoing commitment to evaluating emerging trends in teaching and learning technologies and methods.
  • PC and Mac Classrooms -- These rooms have computers for students at each desk, using either Microsoft Windows PCs or Apple Macintoshes

Computing Sites

LTS supports, either directly or indirectly, the maintenance of a large number of computer labs for use by faculty, staff and students.

  • LTS Public Sites -- These sites provide computers for use by any Lehigh students, faculty, or staff, printers for students, and are sponsored and maintained by LTS directly.
  • LTS CAD Sites -- These sites have additional software and hardware to support CAD work. The additional software titles include AutoDesk's AutoCAD and its supporting applications, as well as Solidworks, SAS, ANSYS, Abaqus, ESRI's ArcGIS Desktop, and QGIS. The hardware for these machines also includes a higher-end video card and a larger hard drive for temporary file storage.
  • Departmental Computing Labs -- These rooms are sponsored by individual departments, or colleges, usually for the purpose of providing that department or college's students with particular software or work environments unavailable at the standard LTS computing sites.