Technology Fee Advisory Committee
This Committee meets periodically during the academic year (except during academic break periods) to discuss and formulate recommendations to the Vice President for Information Technology about supporting projects that improve the information technology capabilities on campus by the appropriate use of the technology fee.
Student Technology Fee Impact
Partially funding many technology programs and initiatives, the student technology fee can currently be seen in various areas on campus:
- Providing partial funding for Blackboard (online course management system; file storage).
- Increasing the number of instrumented classrooms.
- Purchasing, installing, and maintaining all hardware and software for clusters and classrooms.
- Providing funds for student IT employees.
- Supplying equipment such as digital cameras, digital video cameras, and laptop computers for checkout for academic purposes.
- Offering walk-in assistance, student technology classes, and training and workshop seminars.
The student technology fee funds a broad range of projects designed to improve the information technology capabilities and services for students, faculty and staff. Proposals specifically addressing innovative uses of technology to improve instruction and student learning are encouraged.
If you have questions regarding the efforts of this committee's work, please contact the chair of the committee at 231-6748 or Anne.Denton@ndsu.edu, or the Vice President for Information Technology at 231-5646 or Marc.Wallman@ndsu.edu
Action Plan proposals due Feb. 15, 2019
Action plan proposals for campus projects that will improve the quality of education and campus life for students at NDSU through information technology (IT) are currently being received for review by the Technology Fee Advisory Committee (TFAC). The deadline for submissions is 5 p.m. Friday, February 15, 2019, and NDSU students, faculty and staff are invited to consider this funding opportunity.
NDSU's student technology fees fund a broad range of projects designed to improve the IT capabilities and services for our campus community. Proposals specifically addressing innovative uses of IT to improve instruction and student learning are encouraged. TFAC seeks proposals that introduce new, innovative tools for instruction and learning or provides a broad educational appeal to students at NDSU.
A copy of application guidelines, the action plan template, and copies of past funded proposals and reports can be found at www.ndsu.edu/tfac/.
Please check carefully, and in a timely manner, that all required signatures have been obtained. To receive consideration, deliver a paper copy of the action plan to the TFAC, c/o Marc Wallman, Vice President forInformation Technology, Quentin Burdick Building 206 before 5 p.m. on Feb. 15, 2019.