The eSignatures project will provide a platform for departments to implement electronic documents and signatures in their operations and workflows in order to eliminate paper, hand signatures, and the routing of physical documents. Setup Instructions. More info.
The existing, custom-developed application for receiving and processing graduate student admission applications is beyond end of life, running on an unsupported version of the underlying technology framework. Slate by Technolutions was selected as the standard platform for Graduate Admissions. Over 30 programs participated in the initial pilot in September 2018, and the remaining graduate programs will be onboarded for September 2019. More info.
The goal of the project is to improve wireless roaming and coverage areas, and to improve wireless connectivity in key locations across campus.
Esther is the self-service interface to the Banner database and is a combination of applications from Ellucian and some that are custom to Rice. As a part of the Banner 9 upgrade, Ellucian is also developing and releasing several self-service applications that will coexist with Esther (Banner 8 Self Service). The Banner 9 Self Service applications provide extensions to the core Banner Administrative Pages and specific functionality for activities including registration, grade entry, direct deposit, labor redistribution and others. The implementation of the new Banner 9 Self Service applications is the second major phase of the Banner 9 project.
Current processes for PIs to review information for managing their research is inefficient and requires faculty to navigate multiple systems. The PI Portal would allow them to go to one place to find information for Research and the related Training, Personnel, and Space. This project is still in the scoping stage.