Something’s different, database login page. Did you cut your hair?

You may have noticed that the login page for accessing the library’s databases looks a little bit different:

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Instead of entering your 800# in a single box, you can now log in using your Delhi username and password. If you’re a student, this will be the first part of your e-mail address (e.g. fl14) and your PIN, just like logging into your e-mail, Vancko Hall, Bronco Web, etc. For faculty and staff, you will also use the first part of your e-mail address (e.g. mitcheag) and your password will be your Windows password that you use to log in to your computer or Vancko Hall.

If you’re really attached to logging in with your 800#, you can continue to do so using the “Legacy Login Method” box that appears lower on the page. If you have trouble logging in, you can still enter the emergency password in either the “Legacy Login” box or the username box (leave the password field blank when using the emergency password).

As always, we’re here to help with any questions or issues you might encounter. Give us a call (607-746-4644) or send us an e-mail (library@delhi.edu) so we can help you successfully log in.

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