UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE
June 12, 2003
Attendees: Paul Hernandez, John Gabriel, George Frey, Terri Klaus, Todd Brittingham for Dave Suater, Noel Nussbaum, Sean Kleefeld, Stephen Foster, Barbara Denison, Jim Vance, Kathryn Meyer for Jeff Vernooy, Ron Dorsten, Mitch Wolff, Bonnie Mathies, and Brenda Mobley.
I. Approval of Minutes for May
Ron Dorsten requested the spelling of his name be corrected in the list of attendees. It was agreed that this would be corrected and the minutes were approved.
II. CTL Updates
CTL is offering the on-line teaching and learning course for fall 2003. More information on this course can be found on CTL's Web site. Fundamentals of Web CT training will also be offered this summer on July 11.
B. George Frey announced that four additional rooms in Millett Hall will soon be equipped as electronic classrooms and two additional rooms will be set up as general purpose rooms. House Bill money for capital equipment will enable the university to add eight additional electronic classrooms, making a total of twelve new electronic classroom to be competed by the end of summer. The additional eight rooms are:
- Creative Arts Center
B. Paul Hernandez gave an update on the Administrative Systems Replacement project. A task force has been formed with Scott Rife as Project Leader. This group will meet until the end of July to identify issues associated with this project. Several site visits and teleconferences with vendors will take place fro the end of July through August. Then product evaluations and the RFP process will take place from September - November, with the final decision being made in December.
C. Paul also announced the web-based services being rolled out this fall for faculty and staff. This will include workflow (electronic forms), order entry, account management, and pay advisories. Other services will become available in future months as time allows.
The workshop will be on Wednesday, August 6 in the Student Union at Wright State University and will begin at 8a.m. and end at 3:00p.m. Registration begins at 7:30a.m. There will be a continental breakfast. Please contact Wende Wright at Time Warner Cable at 937-396-8717 or e-mail her at email@example.com for registration and more information. You may also go to www.timewarnerohio.com and check under the teacher section of "Kids Zone" for more information.
WSU faculty and staff are invited to drop in and view the array of networks and exciting materials they provide. It is a very worthwhile experience. Students wishing for graduate credit must attend all day, complete a project and attend a follow-up session August 15.
The next schedule meeting will be on Thursday, July 10 from 3-4p.m. in 267 University Hall.