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Accessing Pfeiffer Library

Tutorials on how to log into your online accounts at Tiffin University and Pfeiffer Library

Remembering Your Login Credentials

There are several ways you can make remembering your passwords easier:

  • Have your internet browser remember your usernames and passwords.  It is very important that you only do this on a personal computer or device so that no one else can access your accounts.
  • Keep a private record of your usernames and passwords for each platform on Microsoft Word or by writing them down in a safe place.  Google Docs is not recommended for this due to hacking potential, which can compromise your personal information.
  • Keep your usernames the same across the databases you use, but use different passwords.
  • Use a password memory software/application so that you do not have to remember all of your different passwords.  Some free apps include KeePass, Sticky Password, Roboform, Dashlane, LastPass, Keeper, TrueKey, and LogMeOnce.  There are mobile versions of some of these programs available as well.

*Librarian Tip: If you change your password for any of these sources, your password will also change on these platforms:

  • MyTU
  • Email (Gmail)
  • Self-Service
  • My Classes (Moodle)
  • Accessing the library off-campus

Your library barcode number will NEVER change!

Retrieving Forgotten Passwords

If you are having trouble accessing the library off-campus, there are other resources that can assist you:

It is important to remember that resetting your password through these links will change your password on every other Tiffin University platform.  If you have forgotten your password for one of your individual database accounts, you will need to follow the "forgot password" prompts on the database's website.  Pfeiffer Library cannot access or reset these passwords.