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Name: Date:
Department:
Contact Information:
Complete Items 18 to the best of your ability (see Instructions form for reference).
If an item listed is not relevant to your specific presentation to College Affairs, please mark
it N/A.
E-mail the completed checklist to the College Affairs committee support specialist by the
specified deadline.
1. PRESENTATION/PROPOSAL ABSTRACT (150250 words)
2. TYPE OF PRESENTATION/PROPOSAL
Information Item (requires approval of CA Chair)
Action Item
Information and committee feedback
Procedure—revision (Attach current procedure with proposed changes highlighted using
track changes.)
Procedure—new (Attach proposed procedure separately.)
Identify suggested location in General Procedures Manual:
College Affairs Committee
Presentation/Proposal From
[Add Title Here]
Technology Advisory Committee (TAC) - Membership changes
Dan Cecchini/Laura Boehme
10/25/18
Information Technology Services
Laura Boehme x7791; Dan Cecchini x7792
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Policyrevision (Attach current policy with proposed changes illustrated with track
changes)
Policynew (Attach proposed policy separately.)
Identify suggested location in General Policy Manual:
Other:
3. BUDGET IMPACT
4. INSTRUCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS/IMPACTS
5. OPERATIONAL IMPACT
Proposal for TAC committee membership changes
No budget impact
No instructional requirements/impacts
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6. STUDENT IMPACT
7. ANTICIPATED IMPLEMENTATION TIMELINE
8. MOTION TO BE RECOMMENDED
Technology will continue to serve students with this change
As soon as approved
Approval of changes to committee membership to support COCC technology needs
Proposed Technology Advisory Committee Membership Changes
November 2018
The makeup of TAC committee is as follows and proposed changes are highlighted in yellow and as follows:
1) Correct the 2015 error whereby the ELearning representative should have been added to the GPM as a
voting member of TAC.
2) Add the IT Technology Project Manager as a voting and automatic/standing member of TAC. The IT
Project Manager manages technology projects for the college. This position actively participates in the
college’s technology evaluation processes and will chair the technology review team (subgroup of
TAC). To support these duties, the IT Project Manager needs to be a voting member of the committee to
support and track technology initiatives.
Committee
Type
Committee Position Members Years
Advisory
Technology
Advisory
CFO or designee from fiscal
services (voting):
Dave Dona
Automatic
PA from Extended Learning
(voting):
2
PA from Student Services
(voting):
2
Chairmoot (voting):
1
FF (voting):
2
CA (voting):
1
Student (ASCOCC
appt/voting):
1
Director of ITS Infrastructure
(voting):
Laura Boehme Co-Chair
Automatic/Standing
Dir of Lib Services or
designee from Library (voting):
Tina Hovekamp
Automatic/Standing
eLearning Representative
(voting)
2
IT Project Manager
Darren McCrea
Automatic/Standing
Director of Application &
Web System Development
(voting):
Lynn Roy Co-Chair
Automatic/Standing
CIO (non-voting):
Dan Cecchini
Automatic/Standing
FIAT representative appt. by
chair of FIAT (non-voting)
2
Technology Advisory Committee (TAC)
Last Approved 12/2015
TAC Charge
The primary purpose of this advisory committee is to provide judicious advice on technology issues from across
all areas of the college, which the President’s Advisory Team and the ITS department can use as a source for
planning technology for the college.
The committee will collaborate with other college committees to prioritize technology initiatives across campus,
and make recommendations to the President’s Advisory Team and the ITS Department to consider in the
development and maintenance of a roll-forward three year technology plan.
With the growing importance of technology in all aspects of college affairs, it is important that the selected
members of the committee represent a balanced cross-section of the college who have knowledge and an
interest to contribute to discussions about technology on campus.
The Director of ITS Infrastructure and the Director of Application & Web Systems Development will co-chair
the committee. The committee will meet a minimum of once per term, or more often as appropriate.
For more information about this committee, see section G-6-8.1of COCC's General Procedures Manual
available via COCC’s website.
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