The Advisory Committee for Academic Technology (ACAT) advises the Executive Technology Steering Committee (ETSC) and consults on the management of University-wide IT support of instructional and scholarly activities, from the perspective of a college or division, not individual users. The committee meets monthly during the academic year.
- The ACAT advises the ETSC on strategy, policy, tactics, and implementation of instructional and scholarly technologies that impact the Academic Affairs division, including ADA compliance for instructional materials.
- The ACAT conducts an annual review of the ATI instructional materials report.
- The committee maintains contact with the Provost's Council, Faculty Senate Executive Committee, Council of Chairs, Educational Resources Committee, Managers of Academic Resources (MARs), and the Administrative Councils of the Divisions and Colleges.
ACAT Members: AY 2018-2019 (appointed by ETSC annually)
|Stella Theodoulou||Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs (co-chair)|
|Hilary Baker||Vice President for Information Technology/CIO (co-chair)|
|Rick Covington||Department Chair|
|Deone Zell||AVP, Academic Technology|
|Diane Stephens||AVP, Academic Resources|
|Chris Sales||Chair of the Faculty Senate Academic Technology Committee, or designee|
|Wayne Smith||Faculty member, appointed by the Faculty Senate Executive Committee, in consultation with the Provost|
|Christina Hennessey||Library representative|
|Kannan AMR||Representative from Tseng College|
|Rachel Bonilla||Student representative appointed by Associated Students|
|Patrice Wheeler||Representative appointed by the Vice President for Student Affairs|
|Kimon Rethis||Representative appointed by the Vice President for University Advancement|
|J.B. Wall||Manager for Academic Resources (MAR) or College Technical Lead|
|Kathryn Sharron||Representative from Universal Design Center|
|Heather Cairns||Representative from TUC|
Note: The Library and the Tseng College of Extended Learning shall each have no more than one representative.