Posted by: iholowaty | 22/07/2011

New SOLO now live: Information on passwords and training

The new improved version of SOLO has gone live this morning. You will now be able to place stack requests, renew books and see your library account all from within SOLO. 

How do I log into my account?

Oxford University members should log in to SOLO using their Single Sign-On username and password (this should be the same as you use to log-in to your University email account). This will then allow you access to your library account and functions such as renewals, holds and stack requests as well as giving you access off-campus to the subscription journals and databases available through SOLO.

You will still need to use your University card barcode and associated password to access Library PCs and to log in to the Bodleian Libraries wireless network (this is the same username and password you used to use for OLIS).  If you can’t remember your password or need to reset it then you can now do this by going to https://register.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/cgi-bin/rescue

Further help and training

The new online guide to SOLO is now available to give you further help and instructions.

The Libraries are also running several training workshops to help readers find their way around new SOLO. Details of which are available here: http://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/services/training/solo-workshops

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