This Week in IUL News
- Passphrase Expiration Notice
Following a national
search, Catherine Lemmer, Head of
Information Services at the Ruth Lilly Law
Library, IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law, has
been selected as the new Editorial Director of
, the monthly magazine of the
American Association of Law Libraries.
is distributed to all members of
the American Association of Law Libraries.
The Editorial Director serves a three year term.
Submitted by: Susan deMaine, Reference
Librarian, Ruth Lilly Law Library, IU School of
Mike Paxton has accepted the position of
Document Delivery Assistant in Technical Services
effective Monday, September 17. Mike most
recently worked as an Interlibrary Loan Assistant
and a Reference Assistant at the IUPUI University
Library and as a Circulation Assistant at the the
Ruth Lilly Law Library at Indiana University
Indianapolis. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in
Writing from Indiana Wesleyan University and a
Master of Library Science from Indiana
University. Please join me in welcoming Mike
to the Libraries!
Submitted by: Jen Geary, Human Resources and
Staff Development Coordinator
Library News and Events
University Faculty Council met on Friday, August
24, 2012. At the meeting, the Council
approved the following resolution:
Resolution: Moira Marsh moved to dissolve
and adjourn IULFC one final time, with the
exception of the IULFC P&T Committee which
will dissolve at the conclusion of its business at
the end of the academic year.
The motion was seconded by Scott Opasik and
The Council, with the temporary exception
of the Promotion and Tenure Committee, is now dissolved.
The report of the IULFC Transition Team
will guide the dissolution and provide a framework
for calling together the librarians of all
campuses when the need arises. The
Transition Team report may be found at http://tinyurl.com/Transition-Team-Report
The report was discussed and approved in a
straw poll at Librarians' Day 2012. The
White Professional Development Award and
Librarians' Day Committee will be restructured
and continue as outlined in the report.
Questions may be directed to the chair of
the Transition Team, Erika Dowell, email@example.com
Thank you to everyone who has served in the
IULFC. We look forward to working together
in new ways in the future.
Submitted by: IULFC Transition Team: Erika
Dowell, chair, IUB; Meagan Lacy, IUPUI; Scott
Events at SLIS
School of Library and Information Science (SLIS)
events which will take place in September,
October, and November, 2012. Mark your
calendar and plan to attend.
Here is a link to the page listing all of
the SLIS Alumni events: http://www.slis.indiana.edu/alumni/events.php
You can click on the event, and/or follow
the link provided after each event listed below.
City, MO, SLIS Alumni Dinner - Thursday, Sept. 20,
6:30pm-8:00pm. "Dinner with
Deloice," RSVP required.
David Kaser Lecture
Series - Friday, October 5, 4:00pm. Rm 130,
Informatics East Bldg. Reception to follow -
Informatics East Lobby.
WE ARE SLIS! WE ARE IU! - Tuesday, October
ILA, Peoria, Brunch for SLIS Alumni -
Thursday morning, October 11, 8:00am - 10:am.
ASIST, Baltimore, MD, SLIS Alumni Reception
- Tuesday, October 30, 6:30pm - 7:30pm.
SLIS Alumni Reception - November 13, 4:00pm - 5:30pm.
Submitted by: Sarah Burton, Director of
Finance and Administration, SLIS, IUB
phase in expirations for any passphrase that is
more than two years old, beginning on Monday,
September 10. Detailed information on this
process can be found in the Knowledge Base (KB) at
process will apply to all students, faculty, and
staff at IU's eight campuses. Users will
begin getting warnings, months in advance of the
expiration date. Users who don't change
their passphrases by this date will immediately
lose access to CAS-supported resources such as
Oncourse, OneStart, ePTO, OTP authentication and
PeopleSoft. Affected users will regain
access after completing the passphrase reset,
using the Self-Service Passphrase Reset tool (https://passphrase.iu.edu
WHY IS THIS HAPPENING?
and passphrases can jeopardize the security of
personal and university data. Passphrase
expirations help protect this data against hacking
HOW WILL THIS BE ENFORCED?
expiration will only be enforced via CAS, IU's
Central Authentication System. Network IDs
will not be locked or disable. This means you will
still be able to log in to non-CAS services such
as workstations, email, and VPN.
HOW CAN I LEARN MORE ABOUT PASSPHRASE
Submitted by: Robert McDonald, Associate Dean
for Library Technologies, IUB