The Information Technology Council (ITC) of the University of Michigan envisions a future for the University in which:
- Members of the community have the freedom to choose from an array of tools and devices that are supported by a common infrastructure.
- Strive to provide ubiquitous access to resources, learning experiences, and colleagues at the University and beyond to meet the rising expectations of access to everything from anywhere.
- Collaboration—supporting knowledge sharing, education, and research—is seamless and independent of time, location, unit, level, or institution.
- Technology enables new directions and business models (e.g., lifelong and life-wide learning) that extend globally and beyond institutional boundaries.
- Computing infrastructure and services are integrated across the core missions of the university.
- Computing infrastructure and services are built to support innovation, flexibility, efficiency, effective use of data, and functional completeness.
- Provide education, community support and resources to allow individuals to use technology to do amazing things.
Information Technology Council members listened to student represents speak about the university's IT strategy at the November 2013 meeting.
- Develop vision and strategic direction for shared information and communication technologies for entire university
- Review and prioritize projects that align with U-M IT strategy
- Individual members are responsible for representing and communicating with their constituencies
Undergraduate Student, LSA
Senior Faculty Advisor to the CIO
Dean, School of Education
|Teaching & Learning Domain Steward|
Graduate Student, Electrical Engineering
University Librarian and Dean of University Libraries
|Knowledge Domain Steward|
Vice Provost for Global and Engaged Education
|Administrative Domain Steward (Student Administration)|
Dean, School of Information
Professor of Physics, Professor Astronomy and Director of the Honors Program, LSA
Associate Professor of Health Management and Policy, School of Public Health
Associate Vice President for Advanced Research Computing
|Research Domain Steward|
|Laura Patterson||Chief Information Officer and Associate Vice President, Information and Technology Services|
Associate Dean for Budget, LSA
Dean and Professor of Toxicology, School of Public Health
Chief Medical Information Officer, U-M Health System
|Patient Care Domain Steward|
|Sue Schade||Chief Information Officer, University Health and Hospital Centers|
Undergraduate Economics and Computer Science, LSA
Director of LSA Information Technology
|Unit IT Steering Committee Representative|
Research Professor, School of Information
Associate Vice President for Human Resources
|Administrative Domain Steward|
- Strategic Planning
- Investment Proposals
- Customer Relations