University Senate

Information and Instructional Technology Committee

  • 6 faculty appointed from each college on recommendation of the Faculty Association President to the University President
  • 1 student appointed by SGA President
  • Meets on third Monday of each month from 11:15 am - 12:30 pm in Cook 507
Voting Members
Name Department College Term Expires
Yong-Yeon Ji Management CBE 2017
Jeff Larson Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice CLA 2017
Sarah Lohnes Watulak, Chair Educational Technology and Literacy COE 2015
Kimberly Miller Library Library 2016
Regina Phillips Nursing CHP 2017
Bridget Sullivan Art + Design, Art History, Art Education COFAC 2016
Xiaoyin Wang Mathematics FCSM 2016
Alex Weghorst GSA   2015
Ex-Officio
La Tonya Dyer Manager of Course Development Support, Office of Academic Innovation n/a  
Debbie Nolan Dean, University Libraries Library  
Jeff Schmidt Associate Vice President, Office of Technology Services/CIO n/a  
Susan Willemin Director, Disability Support Services n/a  
Matt Wynd Director, Office of Technology Services, Information Technology Support Centers n/a  

 

Responsibilities

  1. To establish policies affecting the use and development of academic computing and data communications network facilities that are not under the control of any academic department {or} college, including the academic use of the VAX and UNIX computers, data communications network, Internet facilities, and the open access computer laboratories that are managed by the Office of Computer and Network Services.
  2. To monitor and evaluate the application of policies related to use of academic computing and data communication facilities.
  3. To participate in the budget process for academic computing and data communications networking and technical and user support services by recommending the types and priorities for the expansion, acquisition, and/or retention of equipment, software, and services consistent with the long range direction and goals of academic programs and by recommending current year funding allocation priorities for acquisition and/or retention of equipment, software, and services.
  4. To review the needs to academic computing and data communication facilities and develop strategies for the enhancement of computer and data communication facilities to meet the needs of long-range academic plans and to communicate those needs to the Office of Computer and Network Services and to the Library and Instructional Technology Committee.
  5. To serves as advocate for University resources to support academic computing.

 

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