College of Business and Behavioral Science

Academic Technology Council (CCIT)

The Academic Technology Council reviews and recommends policies to the Vice Provost for Computing and Information Technology related to academic computing, information technology, and media supporting the teaching, learning, research, scholarship and advising activities of faculty and students. Voting membership consists of two faculty members serving three-year terms elected by each of the colleges and the library; a representative from the Faculty Senate elected annually; a graduate student appointed by the President of Graduate Student Government; an undergraduate student appointed by the President of the Undergraduate Student Government; and up to two other faculty appointed by the Council Membership for the purpose of adding needed representation of area experts (such as PSA and distance education faculty) . The Council is chaired by a faculty member elected by the voting membership of the Council. Non-voting membership includes the Vice Provost for Computing and Information Technology, a representative from CCIT, a representative from Student Disability Services, and others as deemed necessary by the Council Membership. Sub-committees are chartered by the Council as needed, concerning topics such as technology in the classroom, high performance computing and learning technologies. Each of these sub-committees will have at least one member selected from the voting membership of the Council.
 
CBBS representatives include:
2012-13
Jason Thatcher (2014)
Paul Wilson (2014)

2011-12
Jason Thatcher (2014)
Paul Wilson (2014)
 
Academic Support Center
CBBS representatives include:
2012-13
Pam Alley 
(Alt) Sandy Edge

2011-12
Pam Alley 
(Alt) Sandy Edge
 
2010-11
Pam Alley 
(Alt) Sandy Edge
 
2009-10
Pam Alley 
(Alt) Sandy Edge