Answered By: Camden County College Library Last Updated: Oct 09, 2015 Views: 426
A PIN number is a 4-digit number (that you create) to provide password security on your library account.
You will need it every time you access the subscription resources, request an item through CamCat, or view your library record. If you forget your PIN you can reset it. See link below.
How to Create a PIN
At the screen that asks you to enter in your name and library card number:
- Type in your name and barcode but leave the PIN field blank. Click the "Log In" button.
- At next screen, re-enter name and barcode and create and confirm your PIN number.
- PIN must be numbers only and at least 4 digits that do not repeat.
- Make sure to note the PIN you created. You'll need it every time you request, use databases, and view your library record.