Loyola’s Paperless University campaign began with the creation of the Initiatives in the fall of 2009. The program seeks to replace paper communications, files, and databases with electronic versions. With the implementation of ImageNow (a document management system), digital signage, digital textbooks, and other electronic resources, Loyola is moving towards their goal of becoming an entirely paperless university.
So what’s the latest in our paperless initiative?
- Additional programs in graduate admissions implemented the ImageNow application for viewing applications. These are: Education, Emerging Media, Pastoral Counseling, Psychology, Theology, Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology
- Accounts Payable also added ImageNow for the digital processing of invoices from 7 additional offices. More offices are schedule to be added this summer.
- International Programs began using ImageNow to read international applicants’ documents. A full implementation of ImageNow is expected in early 2014.
- The Records office has been trained on a new program called Transform. Transform is an electronic forms management tool that enables the design and publishing of forms.
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