On, Tuesday, September 4th, the David Allan Hubbard library introduced a new catalog and circulation system, WorldCat@Fuller, to the public. This represents a lot of behind-the-scenes work done by our staff to bring you a discovery and delivery tool that helps you get the most from the DAHL collections and the holdings of other libraries worldwide.
Here are some helpful links and information so that you can get acclimated to this new resource:
Search: You can search WorldCat@Fuller from:
- the library home page: https://library.fuller.edu
- the WorldCat interface: http://fuller.worldcat.org
- the mobile interface: http://fuller.worldcat.org/m/
Your Account: Your checked-out books, fines, and requests may be viewed from the “My Account (Sign In)” link in the upper right of the WorldCat page http://fuller.worldcat.org. You will sign-in with your “L-Number” plus a password you will set.
For more information about signing in to “My Account,” please click here: http://infoguides.fuller.edu/aecontent.php?pid=364718&sid=3001415.
Existing Fines: Here’s some good news: late book fines have not been migrated to the new system. So, if you receive overdue notices, or your due dates are not quite right, please let the library staff know and they will waive the fine or fix the due date. There are, however, two exceptions:
- fees for recalled Reserve books
- replacement costs for lost books
Further Help: For more help using WorldCat@Fuller, see the InfoGuide at http://infoguides.fuller.edu/worldcat. And, if the new catalog is news to you, subscribe to right here so that you can keep current with all the library’s happenings.