April 25, 2005
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
Committee on Information Technology
IT.05.01 Annual Report for 2004-05(Final; Information)
The Senate Committee on Information Technology (IT) is responsible for identifying and considering problems, needs, and concerns pertaining to campus IT issues and recommending desirable changes in campus policy; examining trends in IT here and in higher education generally and recommending appropriate changes in campus policy; and serving in a broad advisory capacity to the Campus Chief Information Officer. Pursuant to its charge, IT will have met seven times this academic year.
Principal issues discussed have been security in various aspects of campus computing, implementation of an upgrade of the current campus network, budgetary planning for CITES for the coming year, and CITES programs in support of classroom education. IT has also made two resolutions: one concerning its membership and another supporting recurring support of classroom instructional technology.
Over the next year, IT plans to concern itself with security issues of a variety of kinds and funding issues as they involve information technology.
SENATE COMMITTEE ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Tom Ward, Chair
Peter Siegel, Ex officio