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What's A Library PIN & Why Do You Need One?
If you are enrolled at or employed by Case, you have a library account on the Case Catalog. One of the best features of your library account is your PIN, since it gives you enhanced borrowing services and more!
Unlike the academic PIN that is assigned to you and used in classes, you choose your Library PIN, just like you choose your bank ATM PIN. (It's encrypted and protects your data just like your ATM PIN does, too.)
Why do you need a PIN? Renew items online from any computer, anywhere, if you set a PIN in your library account. With the advance courtesy library emails that tell you an item is due in 2 days (or overdue 1 day, if you miss the advance notice), the email has a link to your account so you can Renew Online. Use it to renew your Case & OhioLINK books up to 4 more times after take out the books.
Find out more about your Library PIN and what it can do for you!
KSL Main Service Desk staff is always ready to help you set up your PIn the first time, or to delete it if you have forgotten it. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 368-3506.
Posted by Karen Oye on September 24, 2007 02:30 AM