Technology Advisory Communities
In support of the Chief Technology Officer’s appointed goal to reduce both the costs and size of ITS, while at the same time developing new technologies to maintain the college’s successful operations, the CTO consults with many sources from the CCSF community. Click on a link below to find out more about a specific technology advisory faction.
Together, we make it happen!
The CCSF Shared Governance organization consists of three systems, each with a set of permanent committees. All members of the City College community - students, faculty, classified and administrators - are represented in these committees. The committees may establiish sub-committees and task forces, wherever needed and appropriate.
The Information Technology Policies Committee is the central planning and policy coordination committee, established within the framework of the Collegial Governance System and serving as the focal point for administrative and academic technology issues.
The Teaching Learning and Technology Roundtable recommends policies for the use of technology in instructional support and student services.
The Technology Advisory Group (TAG) supports the overall goals of the ITS re-organization by:
- Advising and supporting ITS in communicating with the college community;
- Advising and supporting ITS in navigating the College-wide system of shared governance and decision-making; and,
- Reviewing technologies under consideration by ITS in order to recommend appropriate campus groups to consult on guideline and service aspects.
The Technology Advisory Group is made of up chancellor-appointed members and meets monthly.