Information Technology Advisory Committee

    • Committee Charter
      The Information Technology Advisory Committee (ITAC L) provides an administrative forum for reviewing, evaluating, and recommending strategies, plans, and policies for campus information technology in order to support and advance the College’s efforts in teaching and learning, student support and administrative functions.
      Areas of focus
      • Review and recommend the college’s information technology direction, capabilities, and strategic objectives—including prioritization of information systems projects.
      • Identify opportunities where information technology could assist the college in achieving its goals (e.g., through process redesign and technology-assisted service delivery, through new learning pedagogies and collaboration technologies, etc.); evaluate the readiness of the college to leverage such technologies.
      • Recommend the college’s resource commitment to information technology activities (computing, communications, information systems, and learning technologies).
      • Establish measurable objectives for college (academic and administrative) information technology plans and undertake an assessment of the effectiveness of access to information technology resources including review of comprehensive computing resources plans, implementation strategies and planned service levels.
      • Identify issues, risks, and opportunities associated with college planning initiatives.
      • Support the development and implementation of an Information Technology Strategic Plan.
      • Solicit technology projects from faculty and staff.
      • Ensure the implementation of a technology readiness plan before each semester begins.
      Membership for this committee (and related sub-committees) is open to all BCCC stakeholders who are seriously interested in making sure the College has the proper and necessary information technology resources in place to push the primary agenda of educating our students and empowering them to be everything they can be and more.
      Specifically, the membership should consist of equal and interested members from all areas of the College, specifically:
      • Academic Affairs
        • Faculty
        • Adjunct Faculty
        • Instructional Technology
        • Distance Learning
      • Student Affairs
        • Students
        • Enrollment Services
        • Retention Services
        • Student Life
        • Financial Aid
      • Business and Finance
        • Accounting
        • Student Accounting
        • Facilities
        • Public Safety
      • Business & Continuing Education
      • Contracts & Grants
      • Fund Raising
      • Alumni Relations
      • Media Relations (External, including Web site presence)