When you need a perl module and the system can't or won't install it for you, the best option is usually to install it manually through cpan (Comprehensive Perl Archive Network).
This page gives instructions for configuring cpan to install perl modules in your home directory (or any other place you have permission to write in the cs filesystems). For general information and usage of cpan please refer to the cpan inline help, the cpan man page or google.
First step is to create the proper directory tree:
mkdir -p ~/.cpan/CPAN
Next, download our preconfigured MyConfig.pm template into ~/.cpan/CPAN