How to Renew Items Online for patrons with a NetID.
- From the UConn Libraries Home Page http://www.lib.uconn.edu
- Click on HOMER-Library Catalog.
- Click on Renew books/View account.
- From the NetID/Single-Sign-On page, click on the blue box.
- Enter your NetID and Password.
- Click on Login.
- Under the Renew? column, click on the boxes of the titles you wish to renew.
- At bottom of Items Checked Out window, click on the RENEW ITEMS box.
The NEW DUE DATE will appear in the right column of the page under RENEWAL STATUS.
The Libraries’ Catalog HOMER has a new look that is more colorful and easier to navigate. We’ve eliminated library lingo, added links to book covers and descriptions, and also included a feature that provides you with a warning before you are timed out. Your favorite features were left intact, allowing you various search strategies, direct links to Intercampus Express/Interlibrary Loans and Course Reserves, ability to renew books online, and more.
Take a look at our new upgraded page and send along any comments or suggestions, since we’re always looking for ways to make the catalog friendlier.
new Homer upgrade
During routine HOMER catalog maintenance from 5pm Thursday, May 29, through June 1, users will not be able to log in to HOMER to renew or recall library materials. Request materials via ICE, or place BLC Virtual Catalog requests. These services will be restored no later than Monday, June 2. If you need assistance, please contact your local circulation desk.
Jeremy Richard Library Circulation Desk 251-9599.
Approximately 2,196 records for the collections at the Rainbow Center are now available in Homer. To search the materials use “Rainbow Center Collection” as a title. If you have questions about the Rainbow Center and its resources, please contact Tom Koenig, the library liaison to the Center
You may have experienced difficulties accessing HOMER, the Libraries’ online catalog, over the past few days.
The problems have been sporadic and unevenly distributed across the Storrs and the regional campuses, so you may or may not have encountered problems connecting to HOMER.
If you experience difficulties connecting to HOMER, the following link leads to a brief list of library catalogs to serve as alternatives. While none of these catalogs replaces HOMER, you can use them to help identify materials: http://www.lib.uconn.edu/online/homer_alternatives.html
Alternatively, we would be happy to help you with additional strategies for finding the materials you need.