The Academic Technology Advisory Committee is a University Committee charged with receiving, developing, and submitting recommendations related to the use of technology for teaching, learning, research and scholarship to the Information Technology Council. The committee also reviews new building and renovation projects that are pertinent to the academic environment. Decisions are made in the context of what is best from a university perspective. This committee serves an advisory role to the ITC and reports to the CIO and chair of the ITC.
The following are permanent members of the Academic Technology Advisory Committee:
The following serve a two-year appointment:
The following serve a one-year appointment:
The Chair will be elected by the committee and will serve a one year term and be eligible for re-election but may serve no more than two consecutive terms. The chair will work with the Director of Academic Engagement and IT Governance to convene the meetings, develop the agenda, cast a vote on all motions and arrange minutes of the meeting.
Membership on the Academic Technology Advisory Committee for faculty representing the colleges is for a two-year term except for the first year when the following members will serve one year: College of Fine and Performing Arts, College of Business, College of Arts and Sciences. This term arrangement helps to ensure continuity.
Meeting times are established by the committee to accommodate the class schedules of as many members as possible. The committee will meet at least once during fall semester and at least once during spring semester.
Meetings and Communication/Record Keeping
All meetings are open to the campus community. The Academic Technology Advisory Committee meets on a regular basis to consider action items from the previous meeting as well as new items.
Meeting agendas are distributed in advance of the meeting date. Pertinent information is attached to the agenda for review prior to the meeting. Requests to place items on the agenda are communicated to the chair at least one week prior to the meeting date. New business can be introduced and considered when appropriate. Minutes and meeting notes are kept and posted where campus constituents may view them. The committee needs to meet at least once each semester.
Chairs of the College Technology Committees will receive copies of the agenda and minutes of meetings.
A quorum, consisting of 33% of membership, must be present for the committee to take any official action. Consensus is preferred but formal votes may be taken in the event of differing opinions. All members present must vote; abstentions are not permitted. A member must be present to vote. Decisions take the form of recommendations to the ITC.