Submitted by jovana on Fri, 29/12/2017 - 12:36
Marking some of your holdings as 'private'

If your license prevents you supplying some titles through Inter-Library Loan, you can indicate some of your holdings to be "private".

These will be visible only to your library and not to others searching on this network.  To mark a holidng entry as private do either of the following:

Method 1: editing your holdings entry by searching by journal title:

  1. Click on the SEARCH button
  2. Type in the name of the journal in the Search box and click TITLEHOLDINGS
  3. Click on the Journal Title with the correct ISSN matching the entry you wish to adjust
  4. The list of holdings for each library will appear.  Click on the Journal Title again to review the journal and then click on the link Edit link against My Holdings
  5. Change the radio button at the bottom of the page to Yes:

Private holindgs?

Yes (these holdings will not be visible to other libraries in the search)
No (default) These holdings are visible to all member libraries.

Method 2:  List all holdings and select entries to edit. 

  1. From the intranet home page click on the View/Edit My Holdings link showing against your library at the bottom of this page.
  2. From the list of holdings click Edit against the journals you wish to change to private holdings (one at at time).
  3. Change the radio button at the bottom of the page to Yes:

Private holindgs?

Yes (these holdings will not be visible to other libraries in the search)
No (default) These holdings are visible to all member libraries.

 

 

Your own holdings will still remain visible after this change but other libraries will not see those holdings when searching on the journals marked "private".

 

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