Information and Instructional Technology Mission
To promote high quality teaching and research through the development of innovative technologies.
The Information Technology Office is dedicated to each facet of the College's Strategic Plan.as it is clear technology has a strong role to play in achieving many of its objectives.
The Information Technology Office understands that the availability and quality of its services can have a significant positive and negative effect on students, faculty, and staff members. Therefore, as a body of information system professionals, our focus will be to provide tools and services which are grounded in the following principles:
- excellence: All services should be world-class and reflective of the College's stature.
- collaborative: Services should be developed and enhanced in a collaborative nature, taking into account all stakeholders during the process. Services should not be developed unless they are required by users or directly contribute to the execution of the Strategic Plan.
- devolved: To the extent possible, management of systems and processes should be devolved to the lowest level process. An excellent service, for example, will permit viewing and manipulation of data from the person, department, and administrative levels as appropriate for the responsibilities assigned to each level.
- reliable: Services should exhibit a level of reliability relative to its class of service and priority. Reliability and overall service quality will generally be a measure of uptime and/or reports of user experiences.