Service Alerts and News

Hoopla Library Setup- ILS Integration

Posted on Wed, 08/17/2022 - 15:04

In the coming weeks, hoopla will begin reaching out to NC LIVE public libraries to see if they would like to integrate their ILS with the hoopla login process. This is so users will be able to select their library from the list on the hoopla login page, to create an account and login using their library barcode.  After hoopla completes the login setup with public libraries, they will be reaching out to NC LIVE academic libraries, to add their libraries to the hoopla website. See below for more details. 

Public Libraries- hoopla ILS Integration Form

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Action Required: NC LIVE HomeGrown Collection in Summon

Posted on Thu, 08/11/2022 - 12:16

The NC LIVE HomeGrown Collection is now set up as an Institutional Repository in Summon. This means that you can subscribe to the NC LIVE HomeGrown Collection using a separate database code, DBID:(BXBCN), in the Ex Libris Client Center. We made this change so the collection would be easier to manage in the Summon Client Center.  The discoverability of the titles will remain the same from the user's perspective. 

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2022-2023 NC LIVE Password Now Available

Posted on Tue, 08/02/2022 - 16:01

The 2022-2023 NC LIVE password is now available. The current NC LIVE password (2021-2022) will expire on October 1, 2022. Both passwords will work until October 1, at which point the 2021-2022 passwords will expire.

Please distribute the new NC LIVE password to your staff and patrons as appropriate. Please contact the NC LIVE Help Desk for your new password.

What is the NC LIVE Password?

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SERVICE ALERT- Cypress Resume privacy warning page

Posted on Wed, 07/27/2022 - 16:48

Update 7/28/2022- This issue has been resolved. 

Users accessing Cypress Resume may get an Expired Certificate warning or "Your Connection is not Private" warning. 

We are in touch with Cypress Resume about this issue and will update you when we have more information. 

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