Information, Technology & Consulting

Nolij Web

Details

Nolij Web is a web-based imaging and enterprise content management program. It can be used to build an internal knowledge base, create a document repository, scan and file hardcopy documents, graphically model or report on critical business data, intelligently route information throughout an organization, and improve collaboration through instant messaging. Nolij Web provides the flexibility of electronically filing any type of document (not just scanned images), creating custom forms for capturing and adding data directly to an application database, and having hands-off, rules-based workflow to move captured information throughout an enterprise.

Getting Help

Access to this system is administered by Peter Tannini. Please contact him at 603-646-3280 or send email to [email protected].

Getting Access

This system is for use by Undergraduate Admissions, Undergraduate Financial Aid and Dean of the College at Dartmouth. It is accessed using your web authentication, a.k.a, your NetID and password. You will be granted access by the Undergraduate Admissions department, as appropriate.

Logging In

The URL to access the application is https://nolijprod.dartmouth.edu/NolijWeb/.

User Guides

With an authenticated login to the Nolij Web site, there are links to documentation in PDF format. You will need to have access to the documentation or a copy of it.

Training

To use the system, Admissions department employees will be trained by the Admissions department staff, Financial Aid department employees will be trained by the Financial Aid department staff and Dean of the College employees will be trained by the Dean of the College department staff department, as appropriate.

System Requirements

Nolij Web runs on all current web browsers.

For more information on a related topic, see:

Nolij Transfer- Nolij Transfer is a 100% web-based data matching, review, and upload solution for pushing all types of electronic (e.g., CollegeNet, ApplyYourself, CommonApp, SAT, ACT, AP, GRE, LSAT, etc.) or paper-based (e.g., recruit cards, applications, etc.) information into a database.

Topic: 
Administrative Applications
Subtopic: 
Administrative Systems
Last updated: 
Wednesday, August 17, 2016

If you have questions or need further information, contact your department's IT support office, or contact the IT Service Desk via email at [email protected], via phone at 603-646-2999 or walk in to see them in Baker/Berry 178J.

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