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My millennium

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  • 1. My MillenniumFall 2011
  • 2. Logging On to My Millennium Account
  • 3. Logging On to My Millennium Account• Access the library’s OPAC• Select the My Account link
  • 4. Logging On to My Millennium Account• At the log-in screen type your last name, library card number, and pin• Select the Submit button
  • 5. First Time Users• First time users must enter only their last name and library card number (the pin field should be left blank), then select the Submit button• The user will be prompted to create a pin
  • 6. Renewing Checked Out Items
  • 7. View and Renew Checked Out Items• Under the heading Your Circulation Information, select the currently checked out button
  • 8. View and Renew Checked Out Items• Scroll down to see a list of items you have checked out. The list includes the Title, Barcode, Status and Call Number.• If material has been renewed, the number of renewals will show in the Status column.• If any items are overdue, the amount of the current fine will show.
  • 9. Buttons Available to Renew Click this button to sort your list of checked out items in ascending order by Due Date. Once you have sorted your list by Due Date, click this button to resort in ascending order by Checkout Date. (Please note you will not see the Checkout Date listed). Click this button to renew all of the items in the list at one time. Click this button to renew your material after placing a checkmark(s) in the box(es) in the RENEW column by clicking with your mouse.
  • 10. Successful Renewal• If the item was successfully renewed, the word “RENEWED” will appear in the STATUS column along with a new due date for your items. The number of times renewed will then appear in the STATUS column.• Notice below the first and second items were renewed successfully, so the new due date for those items is 11-3-11.
  • 11. Unsuccessful Renewals• If any items were not able to be renewed, a message will appear at the top of the screen to inform you.• You will have to look below to see which items were not renewed. The reason an item was not renewed will be listed in the STATUS column along with the original due.• Notice the third item below was not able to be renewed because there is a HOLD on the item.
  • 12. Reasons Renewals May be Unsuccessful• You have outstanding fines that total more than $5.99. You will receive a message on the screen stating “You owe too much money”.• Your library card (registration) has expired. You will receive a message on the screen stating “Your registration has expired”.• Another borrower has requested the item. The words “ON HOLD” will appear in the STATUS column.• The type of material is not eligible for renewal. The words “RENEW NOT ALLOWED” will appear in the STATUS column.• You already renewed the item once. The words “TOO MANY RENEWALS” will appear in the STATUS column.• You may not renew items if a certain percentage of time has not past since the original checkout; e.g., you cannot renew an item one day after initial checkout. The words “TOO SOON TO RENEW” will appear in the STATUS column.
  • 13. E-Reserves
  • 14. Placing an E-Reserve Request• Log-on to your My Millennium Account• Click on the Search Catalog button or select a search option on the right side of the screen under the heading Search Options.• Search for the title/author/subject you would like to request
  • 15. Placing an E-Reserve Request• From the browse screen, select the title to view the bibliographic record of the item you would like to request.
  • 16. Placing an E-Reserve Request• Select the Request button at the top of the page.
  • 17. Placing an E-Reserve Request• At the E-Reserve Verification Form, you have the option to select the library location where you would like to pick the item up. The default location will be the patron’s home library.• Select the Submit button.
  • 18. Placing an E-Reserve Request• If your e-reserve request was successful, you will receive the following message:• If your e-reserve was unsuccessful, you will receive the following message:• An e-reserve may be unsuccessful because it is a new item at a library, and the library will not send it to another location.
  • 19. View Your E-Reserves• Under the heading Your Circulation Information, click the request (hold) button.• Please note if you have no requests the button will state 0 requests (holds)
  • 20. View Your E-Reserves• Scroll down to see the list of titles you have reserved. The list includes the Title, Status of the hold, the Pickup Location, and the “Cancel if not filled by” date.• Note that you have the ability to change the pickup location. You must do so before the item is sent. Just use the drop down arrow to do so. If there is no drop down arrow, the item has already been sent.
  • 21. Cancelling an E-Reserve Request• Click on the Requests (holds) button in the Your Circulation information section.• Scroll down to see the list of titles you have reserved.• Place a checkmark in the box in the CANCEL column.• Once you have selected all requests you wish to cancel, click Update List the button.
  • 22. Fines
  • 23. View your Unpaid Fines and Bills• Under the heading Your Circulation Information click on the “$ in unpaid fines and bills” button
  • 24. View your Unpaid Fines and Bills• Scroll down to see the list of fines and fees you owe. The list includes the Title, Fine Amount, Date Checked Out, Date Due & Date Returned (if applicable).
  • 25. Paying Fines Online• If a patron owes more than $6.00, they can pay their library fines online using a MasterCard or Visa credit card. The site on which E-commerce and other My Account transactions takes place is on a “Secure” port.• Fines that total less than $6.00 cannot be paid online.
  • 26. Paying Fines Online• If your fines total $6.00 or more, when you scroll down, select the Pay Online button.• A pop up window will open. On the left side of the window, you will see each fine listed with a checkbox to the left of each one.
  • 27. Paying Fines Online• The default payment is all fines. If you wish to pay only a particular fine, uncheck the box to the left of the fines you do not want to pay at this time. The total fine amount will automatically recalculate.• On the right side of the window, enter your BILLING and CREDIT CARD information.• You will be asked to confirm that the information is correct and complete. If it is, click on the Submit button again.
  • 28. Paying Fines Online• If the transaction was successfully completed, you will see an Online Payment Receipt screen that you may print for your records by clicking the Print button. (Note you will also receive an e-mail receipt if your e-mail address is in your patron record).• If you receive a message that states "we are unable to process the payment", your fines and fees will remain on your account. Click on the Thawte link for more information on possible reasons why the transaction was declined or contact your Local Library.

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