- Faculty, Students and Staff
SIS in the News
- “Exciting New Features on Tap for iSIS” by Rebecca Dewey, Tufts Technology Services News and Publications, March 13, 2013.
- “iSIS launches tomorrow, meant to streamline course registration” by Naomi Ali, The Tufts Daily, March 13, 2013.
- “Editorial | iSIS better extremely late than never”, The Tufts Daily, March 13, 2013.
- “SIS, the Next Generation” by Gail Bambrick, Tufts Now, March 12, 2013.
- October 25 Memo from Patricia L. Campbell, Executive Vice President, “Introducing iSIS, Tufts’ New Integrated Student Information System”
- “SIS Project continues through second phase” by Audrey Michael, The Tufts Daily, October 16, 2012.
- Share Your SIS Experience: Information about the 2012 SIS User Experience Surveys and Letter about the SIS User Experience Surveys from Martha L. Pokras and Dawn Geronimo Terkla
- UIT Tech Fair Table, September 26, 2012
- Poster Presentation
- Card Sorting Test
- “Project to create a new Student Information System underway” by Jenna Buckle,The Tufts Daily,Commencement 2012
- April 19 Memo from Patricia L. Campbell, Executive Vice President regarding the “SIS Project: Implementing a New SIS for Tufts”
- “Bringing SIS into the 21st Century: It takes a community”,March/April 2012 Periscope, published by Tufts Human Resources
EXCERPT: “The small, gray building sits on the Medford campus behind Pearson Hall at an address that whispers humility: 62 Rear Talbot Avenue. Yet it houses what is likely to be the largest, most complex and most expensive project of its kind in Tufts history.
The building is dubbed “SISville,” a name that implies its purpose: the conversion of the university’s 25-year-old Student Information System (SIS) into a new, state-of-the-art People- Soft-based system. The university has allocated $30 million for the multi-year project, which formally started last July. CedarCrestone Inc., a technology consultant firm and partner of PeopleSoft maker Oracle, is assisting in the project, which is being led by Executive Director of Planning and Administration Martha Pokras.”