This committee shall give advice on priorities, policies, and matters related to learning and teaching with technology, including distance education. Tasks include developing a vision for how technology can be used to enhance learning and teaching across disciplines, support efforts for the School of Education to be a learning laboratory for the efficacy of technology for learning and teaching, promote uses of technology to help build relationships with schools, and develop policies for distance education courses. Policies for distance education courses should address but are not limited to matters of review and assessment of the quality of distance education courses, course loads, instructors’ qualifications, and intellectual property.
|E. Jacobson, Co-Chair||C&I||19-20|
|A. Leftwich, Co-Chair||IST||19-22|
|G. Delandshere||Executive Associate Dean||Ex-Officio|
|R. Myer||Instructional Consulting||Ex-Officio|