Campus Technology Services
Throughout higher education, technology planning has been a major challenge as rapid advances in the development and adoption of technology services have collided with the costs of providing IT services, and the acceleration of the business cycle has collided with the traditionally slower pace of change within academia.
Ever since the Internet erupted in 1994, there have been dramatic changes throughout our academic programs, administrative operations, and our residential community as the Internet and network technology have taken root. We now use e-mail to communicate constantly and in real time; our administrative operations have been computerized and integrated. Courses have online components , Library services and resources have moved decisively online. Students, faculty and staff have self-service applications on the Web for grades, schedules, flags, class lists and other basic services. Students register and pay their bills online, and faculty enter grades through the Web. The potential for further enhancements to our academic programs, customer service, and administrative efficiency are phenomenal, and there remains much to be done.
Technology Planning occurs in every sector of the College. Two primary sources include The Administrative Computing Committee and the faculty Instructional Technology Advisory Committee.
February 1st through May 13th:
Mon-Thur 8am-7:45pm, Fri 8am-4:45pm
When classes are not in session:
(basement of Social Sciences Bldg)
Tel (914) 251-6465
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