Ad Hoc Committee on Technologically-Enhanced InstructionNovember 3, 1999
1. The extent to which faculty are playing major leadership roles on campus committees dealing with policy issues related to technologically-enhanced delivery of instruction;The Committee agreed to seek information from several campus groups and review some key documents. Committee members volunteered for the following assignments:
2. Lists and explanations of various campus units and committees that are dealing with technologically-enhanced delivery of instruction; and
3. Identification of major issues that need to be addressed by the campus and the Faculty Senate in relation to technologically-enhanced delivery of instruction.
The above list of contacts is only an initial list. This list is expected to expand as various committee members meet with individuals listed above. The Committee as a whole will also be meeting with various campus administrators whose responsibilities relate to instructional technology.
Marla Peterson will contact Linda Painter who is chairing the Information Technology Task Force. David Fox will also be working on this task.
Peter Hoyng will review the AAUP Statement on Distance Education, placing particular emphasis on the "Principles" section in terms of whether the Faculty Senate would like to consider adopting similar principles. Peter will also review the AAUP Statement on Copyright.
John Mount will meet with Chancellor Snyder to discuss the status of five Information Technology Projects which were described in an October 19, 1999 memo to President Gilley and which Chancellor Snyder shared with the committee.
Bruce Ralston will gather information from the Technology Fee Committee on how the TFC Committee is addressing issues related to technology and instruction.
Fred Weber will meet with Faye Muly who chairs the Instructional Technology Round Table.
Marla Peterson will meet with Gina Robertson who chairs the Teaching, Learning, Technology Round Table.
Next Meeting: December 1, 1999
Room 432 Claxton Education Building
Agenda: Share information on assignments
Make list of administrators with whom Committee should meet
Meeting, October 10, 2000
Note: Date for next meeting has been changed to November 14. Same time. Memo to follow on location.
Present: Breinig, Hoyng, Mount, Ralston, Peterson, Weber
The Committee is actively engaged in a number of issues related to how technology affects instruction: