Academic Technology Advisory Committee (ATAC) is composed of the following entities:
- Academic Technology Group from IT & CETL: ex-officio
- Faculty: 3 faculty members from each college (LMS Liaison: 1 from each college named prior to placement) / 1 Librarian
- Staff: Rotation as needed determined by current academic issues: necessary staff (professional/support) for consultation on current academic technology issues with the number of staff contingent upon those issues at hand. Typically, 2-4 staff members serve at a time.
- Administrators: 2 (Dean of the Graduate School and Alt. Admin. with preference for Dean/Chair)
- Students: 1 HelpDesk Center Student and 1 online student
The ATAC has the following charge:
The Academic Technology Advisory Committee (ATAC) will serve as a representative body consisting of faculty and staff members charged with making formal recommendations concerning academic technology, assessment technology, quality online/blended, enhanced courses, policy decisions, and strategic planning to the university’s Chief Information Officer (CIO). The ATAC is charged with the following initiatives:
- Review, analyze, and make recommendations concerning current academic technology.
- Research and monitor emerging technologies and make appropriate recommendations to CIO.
- Assist in developing policy regarding academic technology.
- Work with Information Technology and CETL to improve the quality of online/blended and other digital course delivery.
- Assist in strategic planning efforts for academic technology.