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The Academic Information Technology Board (AITB), a joint administration-faculty committee, served as the primary governance and oversight body for academic information technology and services at UCLA from March 13, 1997 through December 31, 1999. As its founding Charter established, the AITB entered its official "Sunset Clause" in December, 1999 and is no longer holding official meetings.
The AITB informed and advised the ongoing decision making responsibilities of UCLA's executive management and academic leadership in the areas of academic information technology. The Board served as the responsible campus agency for making recommendations concerning technology related budget requests and opportunities stemming from a variety of corporate and industrial relationships. The Board's oversight activities - concerning local, consortium, and central technology plans, budgets, and progress - endeavored to ensure coordination and informed decision making.
For additional information about the AITB, its history and mandate, read the following documents:
UCLA Extension and OnlineLearning.net: A Policy Interpretation, January, 2000
Proposed UC Electronic Communications Policy Draft, October 13, 1999
AITB Recommendation: Information Systems Transitional Infrastructure Plan (ISTIP), May 27, 1999
Review of the Center for Digital Innovation (CDI), March 15, 1999
Topics for Potential 1999 IT Retreat, March 1999
Teaching with the Web, by Professor Jerry Kang, UCLA School of Law
AITB Proposed Agenda, 1998-99, Report to ExecutiveVice Chancellor W. Rory Hume, September 1, 1998
to Executive Budget Committee, May 18, 1998
(Note: This is a PowerPoint 3.0 file)
IT Reports: Interviews with Deans on Information Technology Directions, 1997-98, May 1998
AITB Position Paper: Recommendation on UCLA Connected: Proposal for Campus-Wide Deployment, March 20, 1998
AITB Position Paper: Bruin Online Remote Access, November 30, 1997
AITB Response to the Coopers and Lybrand Information Technology Strategic Plan -- Governance Section, October 27, 1997, (This report has been submitted for comment and response.)
Information Technology Strategic Plan, Coopers
& Lybrand, May 23, 1997, Draft
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