The Committee on Information and Communications Technology will consist of 13 members including 5 faculty; 2 students, at least one of whom shall be a graduate student; 1 alumnus/a; 1 officer of the libraries; 1 research officer; 1 administrative staff member whose work involves technology management; and 2 administration members at least one of whom works in technology management. One of the faculty members shall be familiar with the University’s computing facilities, and one student member shall be a graduate student and frequent user of the University’s computer facilities.
The Committee shall review and recommend University policies relating to the University's technology systems and services and network infrastructure. The Committee shall attend to all aspects of the University's administrative computing, telecommunications services, computing facilities, and hardware and software systems that support the work of the University, in consultation with other Senate committees (e.g., the Education Committee and the Libraries and Digital Resources Committee).
Annual Report 2012-2013