Wireless Name Change

“OULS” (Oxford University Library Services) were renamed “The Bodleian Libraries” earlier this year. A wave of rebranding occured, including our name change to the Bodleian Oriental Institute Library. On the 20th July the rebranding will reach our wireless network- it’ll change from “ouls-reader” to “Bodleian-Libraries”. Logging on will remain exactly the same.

So when you open your web browser it’ll ask you for your barcode number (from your library card) and your OLIS password. Your OLIS password is the one you also use to renew books online, request books from the stack, use the PCs in the library, and so on- if you haven’t changed it, it’ll probably be your date of birth in the format 31MAR1983. If that d0esn’t work, we can change your password at the library desk- but it may take up to 30 minutes to change in all our systems, so you may not be able to get into the wireless service immediately.

If you have any problems, just ask at the front desk.


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