CTLR Strategic Plan

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I. Student Strategies

Strategy 1: Facilitate student support service department and programs enhancement through appropriate technology applications.

Strategy 2: Provide students access to instructional technologies at Bemidji State University.

Strategy 3: Examine providing adequate training and support for students to use BSU computing technologies, including hardware, software, and IMS.

Strategy 4: Provide technical support for student-owned software, operating systems, and hardware that meet Bemidji State University standards in academic pursuits.

Strategy 5: In collaboration with Academic Affairs Planning Committee, establish technological literacy and performance standards for student entry and exit from BSU.

Strategy 6: Explore providing access to training and support for students in technologically enhanced classrooms.

II. Faculty and Staff Strategies

Strategy 1: In consultation with the Academic Affairs Committee, provide opportunities and support for ongoing faculty development in integrating technology into courses and programs; and provide faculty and staff support for academic and pedagogical innovation in the uses of technology, including innovations do not make use of an IMS.

Strategy 2: Provide faculty and staff access to instructional technologies at Bemidji State University.

Strategy 3: Provide adequate training for faculty and staff to use BSU computing technologies (i.e. hardware, software, IMS), and successfully incorporate computing technologies in their professional activities.

Strategy 4: Provide technical support for faculty and staff use of software, operating systems, and hardware that meet Bemidji State University standards in academic pursuits.

Strategy 5: Provide students access to instructional technologies at Bemidji State University.

III. Institutional Strategies

Strategy 1: Develop and revise as appropriate a campus master technology plan.

Strategy 2: Ensure that computing standards meet faculty and student teaching and learning needs.

Strategy 3: Provide recommendations for adequate personnel and staffing related to technological needs.

Strategy 4: Provide state-of-the-art data communications systems and networks on-campus.

Strategy 5: Provide access to instructional technologies at Bemidji State University.

Strategy 6: Provide robust, reliable and secure servers for the university.

Strategy 7: Provide training and support for operating systems, hardware and software that meet Bemidji State University standards until replaced.

Strategy 8: Provide on-campus repair of University-owned desktop and laptop computers.

Strategy 9: Provide smart classrooms.

Strategy 10: Provide a structure for gathering, storing, retrieving, and analyzing data to support the information needs of the university.

Strategy 11: Provide a robust and dynamic campus intranet to facilitate collaboration.

Strategy 12: Develop the infrastructure to maintain and improve the BSU website.

Strategy 13: Plan for continued development and evolution of the non-academic web presence.



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