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  • The purpose of the Technology Committee is to provide oversight and leadership for College technology policies, priorities and organization and planning.


9 Voting Members

  • 2 Administrators - - Administrator in charge of IT & Administrator appointed by the College President.
  • 2 Academic Senate- 1 from the Distance Education Committee & 1 At Large.
  • 2 AFT Faculty- 1 from Library & 1 from Instructional areas.
  • 1 IT Manager
  • 1 AFT Classified
  • 1 ASO Appointee


  • The Technology Committee is one of the 6 Standing Shared Governance Committees by College Council. The Committee is authorized to form ad hoc subcommittees and task forces when needed.


  • Develop, update, and oversee the implementation of the Technology Master Plan
  • Study, review, advise, and recommend policies and procedures relating to institutional technology
  • Provide a structure and process for identifying and evaluating emerging technologies for possible benefit to the college
  • Identify, prioritize, and review technology needs with regard to network infrastructure, staffing, funding, and equipment capacities
  • Ensure compliance with accessibility standards for all students including those with disabilities
  • Coordinate with the Shared Governance and other College Standing Committees


  • The Office of Academic Affairs will provide administrative support to The Technology Committee.


  • Faculty, Staff and Student memberships are 2 year terms.* Individuals on the committee may serve no more than 2 consecutive terms. No Faculty or Staff voting member may serve as a voting member on another shared governance committee concurrently.
  • Each member has the responsibility to attend each meeting and adhere to the college code of conduct. Members with 3 absences in a semester will be replaced by the appropriate constituent group. Members are responsible to disseminate committee information to their respective constituents.

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