New Primo launched Monday 13 January – support available

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The Library launched a new version of Primo on Monday, January 13, and we want to let you know about the support available to help you use it to find materials for your studies and research. Library staff will be available to help with any questions you might have on using it. See below for information on further help available.

Reset your PIN to use our self-service machines

Following the move to the new version of Primo, you will need to reset your PIN number to use our self-service machines. Please see the guide below on the simple steps required to reset your PIN.

UoA Staff and Students – reset your PIN.

Drop-in Sessions on using Primo

There are drop-in sessions on the new Primo available in The Sir Duncan Rice Library. These take place in the co-labs on Floor 4 of The Sir Duncan Rice Library, at the following times:

  • 11.00
  • 11.30
  • 15.00
  • 15.30

These drop-in sessions will run on weekdays until Friday, January 24.

Bookable sessions on using Primo

In addition to these drop-in sessions, there will be bookable sessions on using Primo as part of our Find it Fast! series of library workshops. These will begin on Tuesday, January 21. You will be able to book places on these sessions via the Course Booking site.

Additional guidance on using Primo

You will also find instruction on using Primo in the Library Guides section of our website. More  support and guidance on Primo will be added to our website in the coming weeks.

For further information about the move to a new Primo, see our webpage.

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