Use the tools below or read more for a more detailed discussion of the research tools available to you at Lehigh University.
- ASA: Lehigh University's online library catalog. Look here to locate material in Lehigh's library collections.
- E-journals listing: an alphabetical listing of Lehigh's electronic journals collection.
- A-Z Database listing: This alphabetical listing of database resources is your source for materials like scholarly articles, indexes, newspapers, primary source materials, and statistics.
- Research Guides: guides for subjects, individual courses, and research topics
- Video Search: Filter your search of the online library catalog to return only videos.
- Course Reserves: Faculty often place course materials or supplemental course readings on reserve in the Libraries either through a Print Reserve Request or an Electronic Reserve Request.
- Lehigh Preserve is the institutional repository for Lehigh scholarship. It is an excellent source for masters theses, doctoral dissertations, faculty scholarship, and FIRE: Forum for International Research in Education, a Lehigh University published peer-reviewed, scholarly journal.
- Digital Scholarship
- Special Collections
Library and Technology Services (LTS) offers a wide range of downloadable software to support faculty and student research needs on the Install Software page, which is the primary repository for all software at Lehigh University. The software listed will be useful in a variety of disciplines ranging from business to engineering to the social sciences and the humanities.
Help and About documentation are available. Information about the software available on the public sites and the virtual public sites is also provided. Currently, widely used software such as Microsoft Office and Symantec AntiVirus, as well as all software available at public sites, is available.