Serve as the primary advisory body for strategic direction of educational technology at the University of Oregon (UO).
Scope- Major Activities:
- Advise the Senior Vice Provost and CTC on a strategic vision for educational technology aligned with the strategic direction and mission of the university.
- Advise on approaches to resourcing that appropriately balances campus-wide educational technology direction with the goals of distributed academic and administrative units, with an eye to ensuring that UO is positioned for continued technology renewal and technology-fueled innovation.
- Propose new educational technology services and major enhancements/changes to existing services by anticipating university-wide impacts, dependencies, and available resources.
- Members are appointed by, and serve at the discretion of the Senior Vice Provost as an advisory body composed of senior administrators, faculty, and students,. all members must have a broad campus perspective an demonstrated interest in the strategic application of technology in support of the university's mission.
- Subject matter experts will be invited to meetings as needed to provide information, discuss issues, and/or assist in setting priorities.
|Member Name and Department||Role on Council|
|Doug Blandy, Academic Affairs||Member|
|Andrew Bonamici, UO Libraries||Member|
|Gretchen Drew, Academic Affairs||Member/Scribe|
|Lisa Freinkel, UGS||Member|
|Lindsey Freer and Greg Milton, InTRO||Member|
|Sandra Gladney, Academic Extension||Member|
|Joanna Goode, COE||Member|
|Garron Hale, CAS IT||Member|
|Bruce Lundy, The Duck Store||Member|
|Ian McNeely, CAS||Member|
|Brook Muller, AAA||Member|
|Ed Madison, SOJC||Member|
|Lee Rumbarger, TEP||Member|
|Arlyn Shaufler, The Duck Store||Member|
|Frances White, Anthropology||Member|
|open, Information Services||Member|
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Develop meeting agendas
- Lead meetings
- Maintain focus on meeting topics
- Ensure that meetings begin and end on time
- Attend meetings: members should, at a minimum, notify the Chair if they are unable to attend a meeting (declining the calendar invitation is sufficient notification)
- Contribute to the Group’s activities and help ensure completion of the Group’s deliverables
- Help balance conflicting priorities and resources
- Understand the implications and outcomes of projects and initiatives being pursued
- Represent the interests of campus stakeholders when considering the ideas and issues raised at meetings
- Facilitate appropriate two-way communication between the Group and all areas of campus
- Maintain confidentiality regarding opinions, brainstorming, and issues discussed at meetings as required
- Record notes of the meeting discussions and action items as appropriate
- Share notes with the Group for review
- Distribute meeting notes in an appropriate electronic format after review