The Information and Instructional Technology Committee consists of six faculty from each college appointed on reccomendation of the Faculty Association President to the University President.
|Amanda Emmert||Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice||CLA||2020|
|Mary Helen McSweeney-Feld||Health Sciences||CHP||2020|
|Barin Nag, Chair||Business Analytics & Technology Management||CBE||2022|
|Barry Margulies||Biological Sciences||FCSM||2022|
|Blake Abbott||Communication Studies||COFAC||2022|
|Lisa Barker||Secondary & Middle School Education||COE||2022|
|Miriam DesHarnais||Cook Library||Library||2022|
|Jeff Schmidt||Associate Vice President, Office of Technology Services/CIO|
|Matt Wynd||Director, Office of Technology Services, Information Technology Support Centers|
|Patricia Westerman||Assistant Provost, Faculty Academic Center of Excellence|
|Greg Primrose||IT & National Testing Coordinator, Student Affairs|
|Wayne Hart||Managing Director, IT Services, Strategic Partnerships & Applied Research|
The Information and Instructional Technology Committee meets on the third Monday of each month during the academic year.
The IITC exists to serve as advocate for University resources to support academic computing and to make recommendations to the CIO, Provosts Office, and the Academic Senate on matters of planning and the use of information and instructional technologies. This includes the following.