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How to See Your Check-out History   Tags: basic library skills, bibliography, checkout history, reading history  

Learn how to login to your reading history. Keep track of everything you check out from RISD Library. Export the list to use as a bibliography.
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create a bibliography

Use RISD Library's Reading History feature to keep track of what you read and when.

Use the export feature to email, print or download
your RISD Reading History - an easy way to generate a working bibliography.


Brown's catalog also has this feature.

Follow the same steps to set up your Checkout History in Brown Library's MyJosiah

For RISD login, use the right side of the form

Renew Your Books Online

While you're logged in to your library record, why not renew your books too?

To Renew your books* log in to your library account by selecting My Record.

Sort items by

Checkout Date


Renew Selected


Renew All


New due dates will appear in red

* faculty may renew videos & dvds

Login to See Your Reading History

Effective July 1, 2012
All new students will automatically have their Reading History activated.
If you want to stop your Reading History, follow the steps below & select Opt Out.


HOW TO: Login to your library account by selecting My Record



TO LOG IN

Your Name: Type in your name as it appears on the front of your RISD ID

Barcode: Type in the 14-digit barcode number on the back of your RISD ID 

1. Select
    Submit


2. Select
    My Reading History


3. Select
    Opt In
to begin a list (organized by checkout date) of all the items you've read or watched.


You're done!

Log in to My Record any time to See everything you've checked out from RISD Library.

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