Student access to rich academic resources is an essential goal of the library system at Lehigh. Librarians can create connections from CourseSite and other high use student spaces, physical or virtual, to our expanding virtual library where students can immerse themselves in scholarly and professional knowledge around the clock. Anytime, anywhere those learners encounter ideas in ways that encourage critical reading, thinking and writing and that facilitate self-directed learning.
Lehigh University is pleased to announce the availability of a campus-wide license for Qualtrics Research Suite for current faculty, students, and staff. To access Qualtrics Research Suite and create an account please go to: lehigh.qualtrics.com. If you have any questions or comments, please contact Judd Hark (email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 610-758-3984) or Ilena Key (email: email@example.com, phone: 610-758-5045).
How can you check to find text a student might have plagiarized? This guide, created and maintained by Lehigh's librarians, reviews library and other sources to consult if you suspect plagiarism.This guide is offered as one strategy among many in our campus efforts to promote academic integrity.
You need to steer clear of any form of plagiarism to be an ethical and information literate student, one confident in his/her ability to research a topic from different sources and to effectively synthesize that information with a clear understanding of when to quote, when to cite and how to paraphrase. Please read the guides provided here for help on being that kind of student, able to complete a research assignment with confidence and with the knowledge that your course assignment is your own work.
This program, which will be piloted for the 2016 calendar year, allows faculty to suggest purchases for print books that are needed for long term use by the requestor and where standard interlibrary loan use is insufficient.
Bibliographic management software gives faculty and student scholars a way to store, share, reuse and format citations to books, e-books, periodical articles, reports, films, web sites, data, scores, etc.