Approved: February 29, 2012

To Faculty Senate: March 15, 2012

 

 

ACADEMIC TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE

MINUTES OF MEETING OF FEBRUARY 15, 2012

 

Call to Order 

Chair Derek Yip-Hoi called the Academic Technology Committee to order on February 15, 2012 at 4:04 PM.  There were 16 people present (see attached roster). 

 

Approval of the Minutes The minutes of February 8, 2012 were approved as written.

 

Agenda Items:

 

   Reports/Announcements

John Lawson asked members to participate in the tech qual.

 

Standing Business

 

A: STF Proposals Review and Recommendations

·         Today Proposals 3-6, 9-12, and 14-17 were voted on. With these votes, the proposals can later be ranked from top priority to lowest priority.

·         Full funding was voted on the following proposals:

o   Epson WT4900 Designer’s Edition (#4)

o   Enhanced LabVIEW Data Acquisition and instrument Control (#6)

o   M-1iA CERT Cart Robot and Vision System (#9)

o   Learning Commons Portable Projection (#16)

·         Partial funding was suggested for the following proposals along with their changes:

o   Fairhaven Textile and New Media Upgrade (#10) if they ask for fewer computers.

o   Field Ecology & Environmental Monitoring at Fairhaven College and the Outback (#11) Reiko Darling moved funding for the Weather Station and the Soil Assessment at roughly $6,000.

o   Fairhaven Recording Studio Update (#12) Bruce Hamilton moved partial funding for $43,000. Sarah Campbell seconded.

o   Huxley College Additional Microscopes and Growth Chamber (#13) Campbell made the motion of partial funding for the Growth Chamber and about two Microscopes. Seconded by nine others.

o   Software Upgrades – Huxley College Labs (#14) with the motion made by Campbell that the funding for this proposal should be a Lab Fee, not a Technology Fee, however the first upgrade and not the maintenance upgrades were agreed upon. Seconded by Elizabeth Stephan.

o   Enhanced Online Academic Journal Access (#15) motion made by Campbell of partial funding for two Modules and Impact, seconded unanimously.

·         Uneven conclusions were drawn from proposals #5 and #17, with iPod Touches for German and Spanish Classes being split six yes and six no, and iPads for Teaching and Learning with five Abstaining.

·         Proposal #3, Art Department Mediated Classroom/Computer Lab was not discussed.

 

 

New Business - None

 

 

Constituent Concerns - None

 

 

Meeting adjourned at 5:20 PM

 

 

 

 

ACADEMIC TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 2011-2012

Vacancy
Requirement

Phone

Office

MS

Term Starts

Term Ends

2/15/12

 

Senator  Vacant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gary L Bornzin, Deputy CHAIR

Fairhaven

x4918

FA335

9118

2007

2011

P

John F McLaughlin

Huxley

x7617

ES440

9181

2008

2012

P

Bruce Hamilton

CFPA

 

PA58

9107

2011

2013

P

Sarah Campbell

CHSS

X4793

AH 342

9083

2011

2013

P

Rieko M Darling

CHSS

x3143

PH39

9078

2010

2012

P

Derek Yip-Hoi –CHAIR

CST

x7236

ET313

9086

2010

2012

P

Deepinder Bajwa

CBE

x7309

PH439

9077

2009

2011

P

Elizabeth Stephan

Library

X2061

WL272

9103

2011

2013

P

Raine Dozier

Woodring

x2052

MH419

9087

2010

2012

P

Geoffrey Matthews

CST

x3797

BH306

9165

2010

2012

P

Justina Brown

CII

x7210

CH301

9095

2005

 

 

Frank Roberts

Dir ATUS

x3361

MH152

9094

2007

 

P

Max Knittel

ITPG

x3261

CF305

9164

2005

 

P

John Lawson

VProvost IT

x3917

OM375

9033

2006

 

P

Steven Vanderstaay

VPUE

X3004

OM480B

9033

2008

 

 

Rob Galbraith

ATUS

x3368

MH154A

9094

 

 

 

Fabiola Arvizu

ASVP

 

VU504E

9106

2011

2012

 

Mason Luvera

AS Student Rep.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kaylee Salisbury

Western Front

 

 

 

 

 

P

Recorders:

Alyssa Barrett

Chelsea Ghant

Recorder

x6808

OM350

9106

 

 

P

P

   DATE: February 15, 2012

TOTAL PRESENT  

 

 

 

 

 

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