Library Application Service Disruption Email Alerts
Library IT has established a fully automated service disruption and restoration notification system for critical public service systems. These services are currently managed by a variety of different groups, including Library IT, Yale ITS and third party vendors. For more information, please visit Service Disruption Notification System Details.
Library IT no longer uses the Yulib mailing list to send service disruption and restoration alert messages. A new mailman listserv has been created for this purpose. Use the form below to sign yourself up for the notifications.
Who can use it?
Faculty, staff and students.
How much does it cost?
The service is free to the Yale community.
How do I get it?
Please click on the link at the top of this page to opt-in to the 'library-alerts' mailman list.
What websites/online services are monitored?
- Yale University Library web pages
- Morris - Yale Law Library Catalog
- Yale Finding Aid Database
- Borrow Direct
- OCLC WorldCat
- Medical Library web pages
- Aeon (BRBL, MSSA and routing layer)
- Beinecke Uncataloged Acquisitions database
- Beinecke Digital Library
- Yale Study Spaces Scheduling
- AskYale Library
- 360 Link
- SharePoint 2007
- SharePoint Online (2013)
If you have a suggestion on another online website or service that could be monitored, please use the Service Request link located in the left side bar of this page.
Staff can access a public status page that provides real-time information about each service status as well as historical availability information.