Using the New Member Portal

melanie.bernas@iuw.org | Jul 14th, 2020

Now that our new website is up and running, we are excited to bring a new member experience to you. Let’s do a quick overview of how to access your account. 

Creating An Account

Start by clicking the member login in the banner above the main menu. This link with direct you to the main page for the member portal. Below the login section, click the Create An Account link to be directed to the profile generation page.

Once you’ve added your IUW.org email, name, and password, you will be directed to the main dashboard where you can access your basic profile information and tier status.

If you are a Digital Services member, you will be able to access the additional content when an Admin adds you to the tiered status. 

How to access information

We have optimized how you can access, view, and download information on the member portal. On the left panel, you can see two sections.

Resources

Resources will have all member resources broken into easy-access categories. When you view a specific category, click each resource to auto-download the files. 

Tools

The tool panel allows you to quick-access important links. This is where you will be able to view Digital Services, ALICE, and other important off-site links. 

Support

If you have any questions, concerns, or needs, you can easily reach out to our Admin by using the main dashboard support form. 

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