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Lehigh's Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) fosters excellence and innovation in teaching, learning, and research by providing faculty and students with pedagogical development opportunities, teaching tools, course development guidance, classroom and instructional support, and consultation services.

The CITL is a vibrant place for conversations among faculty, staff, TRAC Fellows, and students. It is also a continually changing prototype space that sparks discussions about new possibilities for Lehigh’s learning spaces.

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CITL News

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The Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges (LVAIC) is sponsoring a Poster and Video Contest in recognition of Cybersecurity Awareness Month (October) for currently enrolled students.

LVAIC seeks creative and educational videos and posters on cybersecurity to be used in an awareness campaign across its member schools: Cedar Crest College, DeSales University, Lafayette College, Lehigh University...

On Tuesday, September 25, 2018 a Maplesoft product manager will be on-campus to offer an overview session on the use of Maple, Lehigh-licensed software designed to analyze, explore, visualize, and solve mathematical problems. The session will be held in EWFM Library 520 from 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. All members of the Lehigh community are invited to attend.

Summer was a busy time at the EWFM Library! As soon as the door closed on spring semester, we began renovations to refresh and modernize study spaces on three floors of the library -- everything from furnishings to carpet to wall color -- creating a vibrant and inviting environment in which to learn, study, research, and collaborate.

4th and 5th floor upgrades

Library and Technology Services has added an exciting new feature to the ASA Library Catalog, available at library.lehigh.edu.

Researchers now have the ability to search for articles across multiple journals and databases simultaneously. LTS piloted the article search feature over the summer and received positive feedback.

A more robust article search

When Victor Contreras ‘20 was a high school freshman, a friend asked him if he wanted to buy his broken down iPhone 4 -- cracked on the front, cracked on the back, and a hole where the home button used to be.

Where others might have laughed at the suggestion, Contreras saw opportunity. He quickly forked over twenty bucks and set out to repair it.