UAAP Rolls Out New Website and System for IAP 2013

Published in IS&T News on October 25, 2012

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The Independent Activities Period (IAP) 2013 website is live and looking good! Redesigned, the website features a new logo and photos of community members at the potter’s wheel, dancing, playing music, and painting. These images reflect the many creative activities that are a hallmark of IAP, which will run in 2013 from Monday, January 7 through Friday, February 1.

Community members can easily browse activities by sponsor, category, or date. Those who are interested in sponsoring non-credit IAP activities will benefit from a streamlined process for submission and approval.

A New System for Submitting Activities
The IAP 2013 website features a new system that simplifies submitting non-credit activities for review. Developed jointly by the Office of Undergraduate Advising and Academic Programming (UAAP) and Information Services and Technology (IS&T), this new system replaces code developed in-house in 1998.

In this first release, only non-credit IAP subjects can be submitted. DLC sponsors will continue to submit for-credit IAP subjects through the existing system...

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