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Strategic Plan for Information Technology 2010 - 2015 1. Goal of IT Planning 2. Organization 3. Process 4. Executive Summary 5. Timeline for Completion.

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1 Strategic Plan for Information Technology Goal of IT Planning 2. Organization 3. Process 4. Executive Summary 5. Timeline for Completion 6. CUC Recommendation to Faculty Senate 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

2 Strategic Plan for Information Technology 2. Organization Establish IT Planning Council –representative of campus 5 f-t-f meetings for total ~10 hours Used technology – wiki, , ppt; no flipcharts Each meeting had 1)educational/informational component and 2) group planning activity CITS participated in a modified set of IT planning activities 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

3 Strategic Plan for Information Technology 2. Organization Magali Carrera, Associate Provost for Undergraduate Studies Geoffrey Cowles, Assistant Professor, Fisheries and Oceanography/SMAST Cynthia Cummings, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Allison Cywin, Curator, Visual Resources Center/CVPA Andrew Darling, Director of IT Infrastructure/CITS Peggy Dias, Executive Director IT Service Assurance/CITS Salvatore Filardi, Associate Vice Chancellor for Administrative and Fiscal Services/Facilities Alex Fowler, Associate Provost for Graduate Studies 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

4 Strategic Plan for Information Technology 2. Organization Joseph Gray, Coordinator of Information Technology/Law School Joy Hadley, Associate Vice Chancellor of Professional and Continuing Education Carolyn Hamel, Assistant Vice Chancellor for IT Systems and Planning John Hoey, Assistant Chancellor of Public Relations William Hogan, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences Donna Massano, CIO and Associate Vice Chancellor for Information Technology, Facilitator 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

5 Strategic Plan for Information Technology 2. Organization Charles McNeil, Systems & Digital Services Librarian/ Library Systems and Digital Services William Mitchell, Associate Vice Chancellor Administrative and Fiscal Services/Finance Grant O’Rielly, Associate Professor of Physics, Faculty Senate Representative Robert Peck, Dean, College of Engineering Jennette Riley, Associate Professor of English, Academic Director of Online Education 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

6 Strategic Plan for Information Technology 2. Organization Tracey Russo, Instructional Technology Manager/CITS Tammy Silva, Director of Institutional Research Wendy Skinner, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Corporate and Foundation Relations Robert Solis, Associate Vice President of Information Technology and CIO, President’s Office Andrew Staples, Student Senate 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

7 Strategic Plan for Information Technology 3. Process Established 4 guiding principles Performed a SWOT Analysis Developed a Vision Statement for Information Technology Established 4 major components of the Plan Established Goals, Objectives and Implementation Strategies 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

8 Strategic Plan for Information Technology 3. Process Established 4 guiding principles IT Plan must be linked to the UMass Dartmouth Strategic Plan IT Plan must be sustainable (updated annually) IT Planning Council must be representative of the campus community IT planning must be coordinated with the President’s Office 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

9 Strategic Plan for Information Technology 3. Process Developed a Vision Statement for Information Technology Vision Statement UMass Dartmouth will have an open, secure, integrated, state-of-the-art IT environment. It will be supported by an accessible, adaptable, reliable and sustainable IT infrastructure and IT services that support excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service. 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

10 Strategic Plan for Information Technology 3. Process Established 4 major components of the IT Plan Parallel those of the Campus Strategic Plan: a)Instruction b)Research c)Service d)IT Infrastructure and Fiscal Planning 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

11 Strategic Plan for Information Technology 4. Executive Summary Transforming Impact on Academic Life Digital Citizens Prioritized Recommendations 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

12 Strategic Plan for Information Technology 4. Executive Summary Transforming Impact on Academic Life from the Plan: “...widely available to students and faculty. This involves equipping all academic and common spaces to enable easy access to capabilities and resources provided by the Internet. Increasingly, this will mean providing access for mobile personal computing devices of students, faculty and staff. It also requires making teaching and learning, and associated support services, available over the Internet in ways not constrained by time or place. This environment must be carefully designed and constructed to enhance communication, foster engagement in University life and build community.” 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

13 Strategic Plan for Information Technology 4. Executive Summary Digital Citizens from the Plan: “...our faculty, students, and staff must be equipped with 1) the knowledge and skills to use information technology to do the best possible research, scholarship, teaching, learning, service, and administration and 2) the understanding that each has not only individual but also institutional responsibilities with the management, protection, and/or availability of digital information.” 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

14 Strategic Plan for Information Technology 5. Timeline for completion Spring 2010: Develop the Components of the Plan Summer 2010: Write the draft plan September 2010: Review draft plan with CITS October 2010: Submit draft plan to Chancellor and Vice Chancellors October 2010: Review draft plan with Senior Leadership November 2010: Review draft plan with Faculty Senate November 2010: Review draft plan with Student Senate December 2010: Open discussion forums, Blog December 2010: Publish the Final Plan 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

15 Strategic Plan for Information Technology Why ? Recommendations are already in progress in 2010: IT project prioritization process Network redundancy – OSHEAN BTOP stimulus grant Expansion of wireless via WiMax - Broadband Virtual Computer Lab pilot myCampus portal project High Performance Computing Document Imaging 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

16 Strategic Plan for Information Technology CUC Recommendation to Faculty Senate April 6, 2010 The Committee recommends that the UMass Dartmouth Information Technology Plan address the issue of meeting student computing needs through mechanisms such as a laptop requirement and a virtual computing lab.” The motion passed; incorporated in the IT Plan. 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

17 Strategic Plan for Information Technology CUC Recommendation to Faculty Senate April 6, 2010 Laptop requirement Instruction: Page 13 “Investigate whether there is a need to standardize on computer hardware and software by establishing a laptop/netbook requirement to enhance student learning.” 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

18 Strategic Plan for Information Technology CUC Recommendation to Faculty Senate April 6, 2010 Virtual Computer Lab Instruction: Page 12 “Implement virtual computer lab that will improve access to software to students and faculty making software available anywhere, anytime.” Research : Page 14 “Construct a campus-wide virtual computing lab: Establish a virtual computing lab with accessible software for faculty and students; allow for departmental collaboration while meeting the needs of current research programs.” 11/22/2010Faculty Senate

19 Strategic Plan for Information Technology Questions/Comments 11/22/2010Faculty Senate


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