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The My Archive area of the John Johnson Collection has been specifically designed to help you with your research. You create your own personalized area where you can store selected items and searches for future reference. My Archive is username and password protected, so that only you can access the information stored here, unless you choose to share your log in details.
To access My Archive, click on the My Archive link that appears on every page in the John Johnson Collection.
You will need to login the first time you access My Archive in any session. The login page is displayed the first time you follow the My Archive link or the first time you try to save an item or a search to My Archive in any session.
To log in:
Once you have logged in, the My Archive welcome page will be displayed. You can follow the links from here to:
To ensure that no one else alters your profile or saved items while you are away from your computer, we recommend that you log out from My Archive when you have finished using it. You can log out of My Archive at any time by clicking the Log out of My Archive link at the top of all My Archive pages. This will end your My Archive session and return you to the Login page.
If you haven't registered your details with the John Johnson Collection, you will need to set up a user profile:
Note: your My Archive profile is shared with Lightbox so once you have registered your details for one you can use both areas of the site with the same username and password.
When you register your user profile with us we automatically send you an email confirming your username and password. However, if you need a reminder of your password:
Note: we will only be able to send you a reminder if you have registered an email address with us.
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