Wednesday, December2 at 6:00 PM
TheiSiSsystem is live. We are in the process of having the login buttons updated. For immediate access you can login here:
Wednesday, December2 at 4:00 PM
TheiSiSsystem is going live today. We have many business offices entering transactions and all is going well. There are a couple self-service functions that are still being evaluated, but nothing that will keep us from going live today. One enhancement that we had promoted was to have a useful ‘Help’ link — our expectations were that it would be embedded within each self-service page, but it now appears this will not happen on day 1. The UPK’s are still available via theiSiS web page. More information coming within the next couple hours.
Wednesday, December2 at 11:30 AM
There continues to be much progress and we have a number of campus administrative staffconfirming functionality. Thereare still a few issues that are being addressed by the technical staff at the President’s Office. Until those issues are resolved we are delaying go-live of self-service access. We will post more information as it becomes available.
Tuesday, December1 at 8:15 PM
During campus testing a couple issues were discovered thatrequired sometechnical fixes. This included some campus updates to spam filters and someend-user security adjustments. There is a database issue that has just been fixed, but requires a new round of testing to validate system functionality. Campus testing will resume tomorrow morning. Once testing is successfully completed we will open the system up for self-service access. Thanks for your patience.
Tuesday, December1 at 9:00 AM
The technical upgrade from ISIS 8.0 to iSiS 9.0 has been completed.A few campus offices and self-service userswill be validating data and conducting final testing today. Assuming this final step all goes well then the system will be made available for all users by 7am tomorrow.
Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to review the training tools available on the new iSiS web page. There are quick videos (less than 5 minutes)available which demonstrate key functionality relative to this time of the academic cycle. In particular:
- how students can register for classes and:
- how faculty can record grades
Go tohttp://www.uml.edu/enrollment/isis/Training.htmlfor more information.