Posted December 3, 2018 by Academic and Institutional Technology
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Who represents my technology needs?
Great question! Wheaton College has a Technology Governance structure set up so that all the constituents on campus have representation to speak into technology needs. For staff, this is the Administrative Application Advisory Committee (AAAC, pronounced “Triple-A C.”) Currently chaired by Jane Bilezikian (Director of Advancement Services), this group meets every other month throughout the year to discuss technology needs as they arise. They also discuss policies, give input toward the Technology Plan, and look for ways to better utilize the hardware and software that we have on campus, among many other things. If you have a question about technology you are always welcome to contact the AIT Service Desk or the Chief Information and Campus Services Officer, but if you would feel more comfortable speaking with a member of AAAC, that would be fine! They love to receive your input, so they can bring your thoughts and concerns to the table for discussion. Read more about AAAC here and find out who else is on the committee. In addition, Wheaton College was recently featured in an article about technology governance in the online EDUCAUSE Review—feel free to read through it and learn more.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Academic and Institutional Technology at 630.752.4357 (HELP) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.