What to do if FiNDit isn't working correctly for you

 

You may come across the following issue when trying to access the University Library FiNDit service. If so, please review the following:


Your connection is not secure  |  Access eResources directly


"Your connection is not secure" message - what does this mean? And how do I fix it? 

Due to an update, you may notice that when you go to a website provided by the Library, you may see something like the following warning:



 

If the warning message contains the 'ipacez.nd.edu.au' or 'library.findit.nd.edu.au' text/url, please proceed through the warning by:

  1. Clicking on the Advanced button somewhere in the message
  2. Then 'Proceed...' through to the site
    (Please note that Firefox requires users to 'Add Exception' and then 'Confirm Security Exception')
     


 

Access eResources directly

In the meantime, you can access electronic resources directly via the University Library's eResources list or by browsing the Subject Guides

Alternatively, please view the services below:

 

  • AskUs - Ask and find answers about many aspects of the Library and other University support services in our knowledgebase of Frequently Asked Questions
     
  • Library spaces which are open for you to visit seven days a week and include:
    • Spaces for private study
    • Bookable group study rooms
    • Copies of set textbooks and other useful print books
    • Networked computers, printer/copiers and wi-fi
       
  • An ever increasing collection of books, eBooks, eJournals, research tools and videos which can be accessed and used on or off campus 24 hours a day on any device
     
  • Referencing Guides to support you in using the University's approved referencing styles accurately
     
  • Workshops to help you develop your research and referencing skills
     
  • Video tutorials about how to use our services
     
  • The CheckLIST: Library Information Skills Toolkit which contains six modules to help you build skills in information literacy and critical thinking
     
  • Learning Skills Guides which give you advice about writing, learning strategies, study skills and academic integrity
     
  • Access to LinkedInLearning, a large collection of ‘how to’ video tutorials which can assist you to acquire new skills including the Microsoft 365 applications
     
  • Chat with the Library - An online chat service​ which is available seven days a week whenever the library is open
     
  • Online appointments with specialist librarians

 

More information on how to do this can be found via the following AskUs FAQ:
  • Last Updated Feb 06, 2024
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  • Answered By Patricia Farnan

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