IT Vision@2015 was initiated in 2010 to present a collective point of view of how changes in education, research, data driven decision-making and service deliver would change how we use and support technology. The IT Vision@2015 final report was completed in September 2011; since then, it has guided the annual university technology project planning and priority setting.
In 2014, we decided to refresh the IT Vision to extend to 2017 to incorporate new University priorities, respond to developments in technology, and incorporate lessons learned. During spring semester 2014, we held a series of technology visioning discussions with IT advisory and governance committees, groups of CSUN technical staff, and student, faculty and staff leaders. The feedback suggested four priority focus areas, eLearning, Analytics, Mobile, Online & Paperless, and Reliable Secure Technology, which are described in the IT Vision@2017 draft report.
During fall semester 2014, this draft IT Vision@2017 document will be shared with IT advisory governance committees, IT staff, Faculty Senate and Associated Students.