Academic Technology Committee
The Academic Technology Committee (ATC) considers a wide array of issues and concerns related to the academic technological needs of the faculty and students. The ATC strives to provide balanced input to decisions pertaining to the College’s academic uses of technology.
The ATC shall help guide the development and evaluation of the college’s academic uses of technology, including recommending and evaluating academic-related technologies, academic computing support, and other technologies that impact faculty, including but not limited to instructional technology for classrooms, laboratories, the library, and faculty offices, distance education and online learning technologies, web presence for academic programs, connectivity, access, and security issues impacting faculty use of technology, and administrative technology impacting teaching and advising. Responsibilities include evaluating the overall effectiveness of such technology and providing input to the chief technology officer or his or her designee.
Membership shall consist of six (6) faculty, with at least one from each school, and one professional Librarian, all elected by members of the Faculty Senate. The committee will elect a Chair and Secretary.
Policies and Procedures
- Meeting Times: Members of the ATC will coordinate specific days and times to meet during each semester.
- Items for consideration may be brought to any member of the committee by faculty and other members of the UC community via e-mail or other forms of communication. The ATC will research the items and present its findings and recommendations.
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