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  • The University of Oregon is re-designing its IT governance structure. Fall term 2017 saw the launch of the IT Steering Committee, the main IT governance committee. That group is in the early stages...
  • The University of Oregon is redeveloping its IT governance. For more information, see IT Strategic Plan - Governance. The following content should be considered an archive. Also see:...
  • Notes from advisory group and council meetings are posted here. All files are PDFs unless otherwise noted. IT Directors Advisory Group 2017 August, 2017 June, 2017 May, 2017 April,...
  • Purpose: 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...
  • Each year, the University of Oregon collaborates with the EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research (ECAR) to engage in the Annual Study of Students and Information Technology(IT). The 2016...
  • Purpose: Serve as the group of IT leaders representing the major academic and administrative areas. The Group is advisory to the Campus Technology Council regarding technology services at the...
  • PEDAGOGICAL INNOVATION. The information technology infrastructure should respond to student and faculty needs by providing a flexible and transformative educational experience. RESEARCH INNOVATION....
  • Charge The Site License Advisory Group is charged to review annually, in advance of budget deadlines, centrally-managed software site licenses and to make recommendations on continuing offering the...
  • Like many central service units on campus, Information Services (IS) has more projects and tasks to do than resources permit. IS is using a project scorecard to rank and prioritize projects to align...
  • The University of Oregon is redeveloping its IT governance. For more information, see IT Strategic Plan - Governance. This group has been disbanded and the following content should be considered...
  • The University of Oregon is redeveloping its IT governance. For more information, see IT Strategic Plan - Governance. This group has been disbanded and the following content should be considered...
  • The Center for Higher Education Chief Information Studies, Inc. (CHECS) is a nonprofit organization that, among other activities, produces annual reports based on surveys of two groups, current...
  • In 2012, Melissa Woo, Chief Information Officer and Vice Provost of Information Services, introduced the "Five I's"—Infrastructure, Identity Management, Information Security, Information, Innovation—...
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