Educational Technology Advisory Committee
Develops and oversees direction, strategies and plans for meaningful and innovative use of technologies which effectively enable and support teaching and learning across the University. Identifies opportunities for convergent solutions that are broadly beneficial, or specialized solutions/approaches which might be leveraged in multiple disciplines or areas.
- Craft a common vision for institutional teaching and learning systems and services which can provide broad campus benefit.
- Provide ongoing guidance and recommendations regarding the priorities for teaching and learning systems and services.
- Identify opportunities for improvement or innovation in teaching and learning that can be enabled by educational technologies.
- Provide a forum where faculties and schools can share their experiences in the use of teaching and learning technologies.
- Oversee the development of policies regarding the use of educational technologies, in collaboration with other academic policy committees.
- Oversee the identification, selection, adoption and deployment of major educational technologies at the institutional level.
- Provide recommendations to the University’s space planning processes regarding educational technology requirements in classrooms and other learning spaces.
- Guide the development of online learning environments to support and enable learning for resident and remote students.
- Provide ongoing guidance and recommendations regarding any significant issues that may arise with the use of educational technologies by students and instructors.
- Designate, Faculty of Arts and Science (Arts & Humanities)
- Designate, Faculty of Arts and Sciences (Sciences)
- Designate, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
- Designate, Faculty of Education
- Designate, School of Business
- Designate, Faculty of Health Sciences
- Designate, Faculty of Law
- Designate, Alma Mater Society
- Designate, Society for Graduate and Professional Students
- Designate, Centre for Teaching and Learning
- Designate, University Library
- Chief Information Officer
Committee will meet every two months. Designates will be appointed by their respective Dean, Director, Head or the Principal, and will serve 2-year terms.