Accessing Library Online Resources From Off-Campus: the UCLA Logon I.D.

Do you have a UCLA Logon I.D.? Did you know that you can access library online resources from off-campus using your UCLA Logon I.D.? Find out what you can do with the UCLA Logon I.D. and how to get one at an upcoming UCLA BruinTech seminar:

“The UCLA Logon I.D.:  Your Electronic Passport to the Campus and Beyond”
Wednesday, May 14, 2:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Jules Stein Eye Institute RPB Auditorium, 100 Stein Plaza

Perhaps you used to think of the UCLA Logon I.D. as the BOL (Bruin OnLine) I.D. — something for students — but the UCLA Logon I.D. is much more!  It has more capabilities, it’s available to more people, and it’s the future of online access at UCLA.  Do you have one?  Do you protect it?  Why is it so important?  What applications will it enable you to request access to?  How can you get one?

2:30 – 3:30 p.m.:  Presentation on the UCLA Logon I.D. and the UCLA Identity and Access Management (IAM) project and how they affect you, plus a demonstration of the request process.

3:30 – 3:30 p.m.:  Q & A.

4:00 – 4:30 p.m.:  Refreshments and meet the panel.

Admission is free!  There will be a gift for all attendees plus a raffle for prizes, so bring your business card. Space is limited so click here to RSVP today.

2 Responses to “Accessing Library Online Resources From Off-Campus: the UCLA Logon I.D.”

  1. Ronald Reisner says:

    I was unable to attend “Your Electronic Passport to the Campus and Beyond”
    Is this information available online?
    Thanks,
    Cordially,
    Ronald M. Reisner, M.D.
    Prof. Emeritus, Medicine/Derm
    UCLA School Medicine

  2. biomedical says:

    Dear Ronald,
    The BruinTech Seminars are run by the BruinTech Office. Please contact that office at BruinTech@ucla.edu or 310.206.6867 to inquire about online access to this information.

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