[Eril-l] how do you manage admin site log ins?

Athena Hoeppner athena at ucf.edu
Tue Nov 19 10:39:57 PST 2019

I second the vote for LastPass.  We use the free version.

In addition to using it for storing login credentials, I use it like an online, browser-integrated bookmarks service, and I often store account numbers in the notes.


Athena Hoeppner
Discovery Services Librarian
University of Central Florida, Orlando
407-823-5049 | athena at ucf.edu

From: Eril-l <eril-l-bounces at lists.eril-l.org> On Behalf Of DeLancey, Laura
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We use LastPass (paid version, $35/year). I love it: easy to update, works as an app or browser extension, and multiple people can have access.


Laura DeLancey
Electronic & Continuing Resources Coordinator
Library Technical Services
Western Kentucky University
laura.delancey at wku.edu<mailto:laura.delancey at wku.edu>

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How do you manage admin site log ins?

I use Excel, which is kind of crude, but simple. I include the vendor or publisher, title (if single or just a few journals from one publisher), admin URL, username, password and any note for miscellaneous information.

I'm just looking for other, maybe better, ideas. Several people here need to access this information if I or the Periodicals Assistant are not here, so I don't want to make it too confusing for others outside of e-resources.



Beth M. Johns, MLIS

E-Resources Librarian

Saginaw Valley State University

Melvin J. Zahnow Library

pronouns: she/her/hers
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