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Academic Technology Working Group

 

The ATWG will be comprised of faculty, technical staff and administration representatives. The formation of this working group is the result of a proposal presented to the Information Technology Board in October 2002 by the OIT to review campus academic computing services in light of the white paper The Future of Technology and Learning in the University (pdf), by Bruce Bimber, Kevin Almeroth, Dorothy Chun, Andrew Flanagin, Alan Liu, and Rob Patton. It will investigate ways to coordinate the various campus services supporting instructional technology, build on departmental efforts to provide faculty with instructional technology tools, and address faculty priorities and concerns identified in the 2002 faculty survey.

Results from the 2002 Faculty Survey

  1. Survey Results (pdf)
  2. Responses to Open-Ended Questions
    • Question 4 (pdf): "In what pedagogical situations are you most likely to use IT tools? (e.g., large lecture classes using PowerPoint, small seminars using email, a class of 50 where students do collaborative projects, etc.)"
    • Question 7 (pdf): "We greatly appreciate any comments or suggestions about the University's commitment to supporting information technology for teaching."
  3. Charts (xls)

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