A committee established to consider all teaching and research-related Academic Computing needs and issues.
1. To discuss and determine the computer needs for teaching and research on campus with respect to equipment, space, services, and infrastructure
2. To review and make recommendations for purchases related to hardware and software
The Academic Computing Committee meets at least twice or (2) times per year, to deal with such matters as may be brought before it with respect to Computing policy.
That the committee provides an annual report to Senate and to Faculty to:
(a) Inform and discuss the campus Computing activities of the year with proposed changes for the new academic year;
(b) Receive input and suggestions for changes and improvement of academic computing.
- Academic Vice President (Chair)
- Deans of Faculties
- Director, IT Services
- Six faculty members representing and elected by their respective faculties
- Two students (appointed by President of Students' Union)
- University Librarian
- Vice-President, Students
- Vice-President Finance
ELECTED by: Faculties of Arts, Science, Education and Faculty of Business
DATE: Spring meeting
Number of Faculty: 6 in total - 2 Faculty of Arts, 2 Faculty of Science, 1 Faculty of Education, and 1 Faculty of Business
Term: Faculty 3 years, Students 1 year