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Technology Fee Awards Announcement

Funding for Spring 2007 (April 30, 2007)

The Technology Fee Advisory Committee (TFAC) received five proposals requesting a total of $1,447,412.00 in the 2007 Spring Call for Proposals on March 1, 2007. The committee met three times. On March 3 members met to distribute proposals and assign reviewers to each proposal. Reviewers were to further evaluate and meet with the author of the proposals to learn more about the proposal and be prepared to answer more in-depth questions asked by committee members during the upcoming recommendation review meeting. Meetings were then held on March 9 and again on March 23 to discuss the proposals. Proposal 0705R was resubmitted (March 9) to incorporate a budget reduction of $44,640 reducing the total requested amount to $1,147,412.  After the committee discussion on the 23rd, the members made their final recommendations to the Provost. Letters were sent to the authors regarding proposal outcome, along with comments generated during the discussion.

Based on the recommendations by the TFAC, on April 30, 2007 Provost Schnell recommended distributing $953,993 technology funds in the following way:

  • 0701   Multi-purpose Media Computer Lab for Student and Instruction Use
    The Library is request funds for a small Macintosh computer cluster in the Library to support multi-media projects like podcasting. This cluster could  be reservable and made available for training needs as well.  Nem Schelecht $37,415   NOT FUNDED
  • 0702  New Classroom Technology
    This proposal is the standard Spring request for funds to upgrade or increase the number of instrumented classrooms. Based on requests submitted by faculty, and evaluated and prioritized by the ITS Classroom Technology staff, this proposals requests funding for instrumentation in 15 classrooms and partial instrumentation in 5 teaching clusters.   Melissa Stotz, $167,090   FUNDED AT $67,190
    Final Report
  • 0703  Refresh Branch Library Public Computers
    The Library is requesting funds to refresh public access machines in Chemistry, Architecture and Landscape Architectures, and Health Sciences branch libraries. These are non-ITS machines, and are not reservable.  Jerry Brown, $18,629  FULLY FUNDED
  • 0704  ERP @ NDSU – Phase II
    This proposal is requesting funds for the purchase of computer hardware, specifically a computer server, to support phase II of our ERP@NDSU project that is integrating enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems in the College of Business curriculum. Phase II centers on the implementation of Microsoft’s Customer Relationships Management (CRM) module.   Joe Latimer  $3,800  FULLY FUNDED
  • 0705R (revised)  Ongoing Student Technology Services
    This proposal submitted by ITS requests funds for ongoing support for essential IT services in support of teaching and learning missions of the university. The funding request includes cost of equipment, hardware refresh, maintenance, software, materials, supplies and student employee salaries. Rosi Koberdanz $875,838  FULLY FUNDED
    Mid-year Report

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