Suggest a name for the new Student Information System

A new student information system (SIS) will be implemented in Aalto during the years 2017-2019 to replace Oodi.

The new SIS will offer more versatile and easy-to-use tools for students in their study planning and electronic services, teachers in their teaching and tutoring as well as the personnel of the Learning Services in their administrative work.

The implementation of the new SIS will begin during the year 2017 with a pilot. There are 17 degree programmes from all the six Schools of Aalto in the pilot, in which the students will make their personal study plan with the tools offered by the new system.

You can now help us in inventing a good name for the new system. Give your suggestion and participate in the name contest by filling in the following form on 4th of May, 2017, at the latest. By participating, you will have a chance to win an Aalto University hooded jacket (three prizes will be drawn).

Participate in the name contest!

More information:

Implementation of the new SIS (Aalto Inside)

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