Campuswide Information Technology Strategic Plan
The Campus Technology Council (CTC) is refreshing the campuswide
Information Technology (IT) Strategic Plan. By identifying current and
emerging trends and related IT needs for the critical areas of research,
teaching and learning, student experience, and administration, the
updated Plan will provide context for anyone developing IT funding
requests for FY 200809. It also will provide context for members
of the CTC when they evaluate and prioritize the IT funding
requests and when they identify the IT priorities for the campus.
A draft of the revised Plan is available for download as a PDF document:
Berkeley's Campuswide IT Strategic Plan (200708).
guiding principles for UC Berkeley.
Adopted by the e-Berkeley Steering Committee, June 2004.
Areas in which the campus faces significant IT-related opportunities or challenges.
- Teaching, learning.
How IT can support the teaching and learning activities
at the heart of UC Berkeley's mission.
- Student experience,
from prospects through alumni.
How technology can support the experience for prospects, students,
alumni, donors, and supporters in interacting with the campus.
How IT can support research in all disciplines,
and serve to interconnect the campus with the greater Bay Area research community.
- Security, reliability, access.
How the IT environment can be made secure and reliable
while maintaining the kind of access required of an open university.
- Governance, funding, structure.
How IT governance, funding, and structure can be improved to advance UC
Berkeley's IT Guiding Principles, and effectively and optimally serve
the IT needs of users for teaching and learning, research and discovery,
and student services and administration.
How to attract and retain the dedicated IT professionals
needed to maintain a high-quality IT infrastructure.
This issue will be addressed
after the study of issue 5, Governance, Funding, and Structure, is complete.
Campus departments and committees involved in the planning process.
Key campus constituent groups.
Phases of the planning process,.
Earlier documents generated by, or used as input to, the planning process.