ITGC Academic & Research Technology

Purpose:

Enhance academic programs at UTHealth through the innovative use of technology by analyzing, coordinating, implementing and maintaining academic applications of information technology in the schools, and centrally through academic technology and administrative technology to:

Scope:

Academic systems including:

Authority:

The Academic Technology Sub-committee derives its authority from the Information Technology Governance Committee (ITGC), and will make recommendations to the ITGC for consideration.


Membership

Co-Chairmen

Subcommittee Members

Administration
Optional/By Invitation

Since the range of technology deployed within the academic mission of UTHealth is so wide it is expected that subject matter experts will be invited to participate in meetings as appropriate to understand and discuss the topics.

Schools
Other Attendees

Since the range of applications across UTHealth is so large it is expected that subject matter experts will regularly be invited to participate in meetings as appropriate to understand and discuss the topics.

Term of Membership:

There are no fixed terms.  The memberships will be reviewed annually by the Co-Chairmen.

Meetings

The Academic Technology Sub-committee will meet at least quarterly.  Any of the members may call a special meeting at any time.  Scheduling the time, date and place of the Sub-committee meetings shall be the responsibility of the Co-Chairmen of the Sub-committee.  The Co-Chairmen shall also be responsible for the minutes of the meetings.  Meeting minutes will be maintained in the Office of the Chief Information Officer.

Charge

Enhance academic programs at UTHealth through the innovative use of technology by analyzing, coordinating, implementing and maintaining academic applications of information technology in the schools, and centrally through academic technology and administrative technology to:

To accomplish this task it is expected that members will:

The sub-committee will not focus on departmental concerns or day-to-day operations.  The sub-committee is not a project steering team.

 The sub-committee will help define the strategic direction of academic technology across all areas of UTHealth by:

The sub-committee may also review and adopt policies for the application of academic information technology on an institution-wide basis.

Date modified: 10/30/2020