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Annual Reports

2016
The Office of Information Technology continues to identify, evaluate, and implement tools that enhance student satisfaction and provide improvements to business processes. We strive to provide the best available connections to the information, training, and technical resources needed for all associated with the University to achieve their objectives.

2015
The Office of Information Technology continues to identify, evaluate, and implement tools that enhance customer service. We strive to provide the best available connections to information, training, and technical resources needed for all associated with the University to achieve their objectives.

2014
As innovative approaches to teaching and learning dominate the future landscape, the Office of Information Technology stays dedicated to preparing for quick adoption of these emerging technologies. From the emphasis on social media, to the explosion of mobile devices, to real-­‐time predictive analytics of student success, we attempt to proactively prepare our infrastructure, as well as our academic and administrative platforms, to provide the best learning environment possible for our students.

2013
As innovative approaches to teaching and learning dominate the future landscape, the Office of Information Technology stays dedicated to preparing for quick adoption of these emerging technologies. From the emphasis on social media, to the explosion of mobile devices, to real-time predictive analytics of student success, we attempt to proactively prepare our infrastructure, as well as our academic and administrative platforms, to provide the best learning environment possible for our students.

2012
As the University ‘s demand for services on campus grows, so does the need for a more robust, secure network. To support planned initiatives and strategic growth, the Office of Information Technology is preparing for a high-priority re-structuring and improvement of the voice and data network. The Office of Information Technology continues to identify and evaluate tools that enhance customer service. We strive constantly to provide faculty, students, and staff with the best available connections to the information, training, and technical resources they need to achieve their objectives.

2011
As the University progresses toward becoming a more digital campus, the Office of Information Technology is working closely with the Library, Examination Services, faculty and students to improve processes and reduce the need for printing, copying, and shredding on campus. Implementation of new examination software in 2012 will move the University from paper-based exams toward computer-based exams. Electronic distribution of textbooks and course material will significantly reduce printed material on campus.