Apologies for not getting more news to you via blog lately! Rest assured, though, that the SEADS team has been hard at work making sure your experiences are as seamless as possible. Now, let’s talk about it!
This fall semester, almost at a close now, has been an exciting time for SEADS. There have been changes to the way you do things, for all members of both the Bryn Mawr and Haverford communities. Over the past few months, you’ve probably noticed a number of changes to your Bi-Co experience. Whether you’re a student, staff, or faculty member of the community, everyone has now experienced the new BIONIC installation. We’ve even already completed registration (Fall 2013) and pre-registration (Spring 2014) processes – and they were huge successes! We’re very excited and proud about these, and grateful for all the feedback we’ve gotten along the way. In fact, we’ve continued making tweaks as we’ve received this feedback so that BIONIC can best serve its users, so registration in the Spring should be smoother than ever! Hurrah!
The OneCard Project has brought all sorts of new features to campus, too! With installations continuing all semester, through this very week, there are more locations than ever before where you can use your OneCard to make purchases and pay bills. Along with being able to use your OneCard at, for example, dining locations at either campus now, now you can even use it in vending machines! Other spaces where your OneCard is newly useful include the Canaday and Magill Libraries, the Campus Safety Offices at both campuses, the health centers, Post Office and Mail Center, and campus bookstores! And perhaps most exciting of all is the new feature that allows parents and friends to add money to your OneCard, as well! NICE. Remember to keep sending in suggestions and requests! Feedback is always welcome and we’re here to work together to benefit everyone.
A ton of other, less visible work has been accomplished, as well, and it’s only been done with an enormous effort from an extremely dedicated team. Thank you to them, and to the entire Bi-Co community, for the unflagging efforts and support. Keep up the great work!
–Courtney, SEADS Project Coordinator