Resnick Library has a few different systems that you may need to log into to take full advantage of our resources and services. The list below describes what username/password to use for each of these systems.
Library databases (like MILO, CINAHL, or ScienceDirect) take you to a login screen if you’re accessing them from off-campus. Your username and password are the same ones you use to log in to Vancko Hall.
If you are having trouble logging in with this username/password combination, please contact the HelpDesk (firstname.lastname@example.org or 607-746-4835) to be sure there is not a problem with your login details.
This is an image of what the database login screen should look like. If you are stuck on a login page that does not look like this, please contact the library for assistance.
Library Catalog Account shows all the books you have checked out through the Resnick Library (except Interlibrary Loans). From the Resnick Library Catalog, click on “Sign in/View Account” on the top left side of the page. Sign in to your library account using your 800# for the user name AND password, and you can view all your checked-out books, renew your books (they must not be overdue for this to work), and check if you have any library fines.
ILLiad is our interlibrary loan system for which you create your own account; it is not set up for you ahead of time. You may choose any username/password combination-- there is no need to use your Delhi username or ID#, but you should choose something that will be easy for you to remember.
MyEBSCOhost (and other personal database accounts) Many of our databases allow you to create an account so that you can save articles, organize them in folders, and use other personalized search enhancements. In MILO and other EBSCO databases (CINAHL, Academic Search Complete, and others), you can create one of these accounts by clicking “Sign In” in the top right menu bar, as shown here:
This account is not needed to log in to the database and access articles. You may set one of these up if you wish to save articles that you find, but it is an additional, optional feature. You may choose any username/password combination you wish.
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