If you would like to help shape the future of teaching and learning technologies at Ohio University, consider joining the newly formed Teaching and Learning Technologies IT Advisory Community. Membership is open to anyone at the University, with no prior experience or technical expertise required. The only qualifications are an interest in the topic and a willingness to share ideas and listen to the ideas of others.
Advisory communities are an important part of the University's IT Governance framework. Through them, OIT will gather data about the University's IT usage patterns and needs. Although an advisory community is not a decision-making body, participants can have a noticeable impact on the larger IT governance process, including service roadmaps and budget proposals.
Join us on February 27, 2020 at 11 am
The first meeting of the Teaching and Learning Technologies advisory community will take place from 11 am - 12 pm in Alden Library 251 with an online option via Microsoft Teams for individuals who cannot attend in person. Drop-ins are welcome, but to get the most out of the experience, we recommend joining the Microsoft Team devoted to this topic:
- When prompted, download the Teams application.
- Check your email for a welcome message with more information on how to get the most out of the online group.
- Any time the community meets, an online meeting space will be available inside of Microsoft Teams that you can use to participate remotely. Teams also can be used to conduct chat-based conversations outside of scheduled meetings or to collaborate on documents related to the topic.