TYPE C: INSTITUTIONAL POLICY OR GOVERNANCE
C-13 Information Technology Committee
Chair: Paul Resta Vice Chair: David Neubert Chair Elect: David Neubert
Minutes (PDF): October 1.
Classroom committee (ppt)
SITAC initiatives 8 & 9 (ppt)
Bruce Porter Presentation (ppt)
February 4 (doc)
Brad Englert Presentation (ppt)
March 11 (doc)
April 8 (pdf)
May 13 (pdf)
FUNCTION: To recommend to the president, and to the vice-president for information technology, and to the Faculty Council changes in policies regarding information technology; to consult with and advise the vice-president for information technology about policies and procedures pertaining to information technology at The University.
COMPOSITION: Five members of the General Faculty, four staff members, and three students. Staff members shall be appointed to two-year rotating terms by the president, from a panel of names submitted by the Staff Council. At least two of the staff member representatives shall not be employed in IT-related areas. One student member shall be appointed to a one-year term by the president in the fall from a panel of names submitted by each of the Student Government and the student senate, and one member shall be appointed to a one-year term by the president from a panel of names submitted by the Graduate Student Assembly. In addition, every year the chair of the Faculty Council shall appoint two members of the Faculty Council for one-year terms as members of the committee. The committee shall elect its own chair and vice chair, who shall be members of the General Faculty. The vice-president for information technology shall serve as an ex-officio member without vote. A representative from each of the following shall be selected by the president to serve as an administrative advisor without vote: the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL),1 the college and school technology coordinators, financial affairs, department chairs.
1On July 22, 2010, it was announced that the Division of Instructional Innovation and Assessment at The University of Texas at Austin will be renamed the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), effective Aug. 16, as part of an initiative by Executive Vice President and Provost Steven Leslie to strengthen the division's role in supporting educational excellence.
Members, 2009-10: Francisco-Revilla, Luis 2008-2010 assistant professor, information Greenberg, Betsy 2009-2011 associate professor, information, risk, and operations management Hughes, Joan 2008-2010 associate professor, curriculum and instruction Mitra, Shyamai 2009-2011 lecturer, computer sciences Neubert, David 2009-2011 professor, music Resta, Paul 2008-2010 professor, curriculum and instruction Richardson, Dick 2008-2010 professor, biological sciences Wiley, Darlene2 2009-2011 professor, music
2Replaced Sharon Strover who resigned from the committee effective December 9, 2009. Faculty Council Appointees: Bomer, Randy 2009-2010 associate professor, curriculum and instruction Bonevac, Daniel A. 2009-2010 professor, philosophy
Four Staff Boldovici, John D. 2009-2011 senior LAN administrator, instructional innovation and assessment Kitten, Sarah E. 2008-2010 academic advisor II, engineering Vacant3 2009-2010 business analyst, ITS Sitar, Meghan E. 2009-2011 instruction and outreach librarian, libraries
3 Craig S. Meserol. resigned from the committee effective April 16, 2010. He replaced Tracy Saenger who resigned from the committee prior to fall 2009.
Three Students Bochev, Simeon P. 2009-2010 Student Government representative
Chiu, Kevin 2009-2010 Senate of College Councils representative Shah, Ankit 2009-2010 Graduate Student Assembly representative
Administrative Advisors (without vote): Chang, Frederick R. ex officio representative college and school technology coordinators, associate dean, natural sciences Englert, Bradley G. ex officio interim chief operating officer, Information Technology Services Evans, Shan W. ex officio assistant dean, learning and teaching Reynolds, Athena H. ex officio representative, financial affairs