The function of the Academic Technology Committee will be to develop recommendations on polices and procedures relating to the evaluation, acquisition, and use of technology at the university. The committee will meet at least twice each semester to discuss the areas of computer hardware, software, campus network, university computer labs, distance learning, telecommunications, and other technology. Recommendations will be submitted to the President.
The Academic Technology Committee will be composed of fifteen members. The Committee is chaired by the Director of Academic Computing. Two faculty members from each school will have staggered two-year terms. Additional committee members appointed on an annual basis will be one representative from each of the following areas: Distance Learning, Library, Academic Affairs/Support, Business Affairs, Student Affairs, Pryor Campus, and Bartlesville Campus. The Chief Technology Officer serves as an ex officio member.