Thursday, October 27, 2011
During the week of November 1, all faculty will receive a link to a short online survey covering IT services.
Developed by the Faculty Technology Advisory Group (FTAG), a faculty group sanctioned by the Faculty Senate, the survey will help identify and prioritize IT services that support teaching and learning. A summary of the results will be provided to all faculty as well as to OIT and the Provost.
According to FTAG chair Phyllis Bernt, the Provost has assured the group that faculty IT needs will be a priority as the Office of Information Technology (OIT) moves forward with its reorganization under the Vice President for Finance and Administration. Bernt notes that the best way to assure that is to identify what those needs are.
Faculty are encouraged to look for an e-mail from Bernt with the survey link enclosed on Wednesday, November 2.