From the monthly archives: "March 2016"

A scheduled downtime for the wiki system will occur on Thursday March 24th from 6am-7am to perform an upgrade from Confluence 5.4 to Confluence 5.9.5.

We have already performed this upgrade and tested on our staging server and all looks good! But we encourage you to please also visit your wikis at

This may not have your most current content as it was a snap shot of production taken a couple of weeks ago. Also, any changes you make on wikis-stage WILL NOT be reflected in the production service.

The upgrade brings a variety of new document management features, fixes the mobile interface, interface tweaking features, and a myriad of other enhancements. Details can be found here: is available NOW for testing and will remain so until 5pm on Wednesday 5/23.

Tufts campus in a snowstorm

Alonso Nichols/Tufts University Photo

Instructional Continuity sounds serious, but it really just means keeping your class on schedule during disruptive times. This might mean weather events, or it might mean widespread illness — anything that keeps the students from coming to class. Just as you would prepare your home and family for a snowstorm, you can also prepare your class.

Educational Technology Services has compiled resources and tips for to help you keep things on track this winter. There are also links to send to your students and faculty stories about how Tufts teachers achieved instructional continuity during the epic snowfall of 2016.

Plan ways and learn tools that allow you to do things remotely so that Mother Nature will not wreak havoc with your schedule. Visit our Instructional Continuity pages today!

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