Please read below for important service changes that will affect the Pepin computer center and AIMS printing while the facilities undergo renovation.
One year ago, the Enterprise Technology Center (ETC) was created in order to better serve the academic and administrative offices of Drew. ETC is responsible for development and support of Drew's enterprise systems and applications, such as AIMS, Moodle, The Raiser's Edge, U-KNOW and many more. Recently, we have been busy in preparation for the forthcoming project to implement SunGard Banner, the new ERP system which the Administrative Technology Committee has selected to replace AIMS and CampusWeb.
The first step in preparation for this project is the renovation of the Administrative Computing area of Pepin to create collaborative work spaces to be using during the implementation. The renovation is scheduled to begin May 21st and will continue for about 3-4 weeks. During this time, we ask for your patience. Bill Schulz, Karen Yeaw, and Marsha Huber will be temporarily relocated to other offices during that time, so we ask that you please make an appointment or call ahead before visiting.
Temporary service changes for AIMS users:
Pepin 216 will remain closed throughout the renovation. User bins will remain accessible in Pepin 215 and will be located in the black tower shelf near the PEPIN2 printer, which will also be available in room 215. If you need to print something in Pepin, please designate the PEPIN2 printer instead of PEPIN. The printing will still be done in the morning but may take a little longer since our printers have been relocated into two locations.
We are very excited about the new center we are creating and thank you in advance for your patience during this time. Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns by email at email@example.com or by phone at x3122.
On the evening of May 16th, at 7:00pm, Drew's Moodle installation will be taken offline to be upgraded. This minor upgrade addresses a number of security vulnerabilities. The upgrade procedure should take less than an hour.
This will be bringing Moodle up to version 1.9.8.
Update: The upgrade is complete.