The Technology Policy Committee is a standing committee of the Bloomington Faculty Council with a primarily consultative function. The TPC meets monthly to gather information and provide consultation to various offices on the Bloomington campus, most often the University Information Technology Services. TPC seeks to bring faculty and student technology issues to the attention of those that have decision making capacity about technology on the Bloomington campus.
- Work with the BFC Executive Committee and other relevant stakeholders to assemble and charge a task force dedicated to developing “best practice” recommendations and specific policy proposals related to the appropriate use of AI in the classroom, research, and day-to-day work. In conceptualizing this task force and its charge, TPC should begin by reviewing guidance that has already been issued by various campus and university-level units such as UITS and CITL, none of which has been formally endorsed by the BFC.
- Consider how the university and campus make use of student data and recommend “best practices” or proposed policy changes.
- Consider trying to advance the long-term goal of developing an IT User Bill of Rights and Responsibilities.
- Investigate and evaluate any technology concerns for faculty and students on campus.
- Liaise with IT leadership at the university to convey faculty needs and issues (shared governance).
- Work with the new UFC Technology Policy Committee and collaborate on any needed proposals (shared governance).
Angie Raymond, Kelley School
Logan Paul, Luddy School
Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences
IU Student Government Representative
Associate Vice President for Research and Vice Provost for Research for Bloomington (Ex officio)
Office of the Vice President for IT and CIO (Ex officio)
|Thursday, September 7, 2023||10:45 - 11:45 a.m.|
|Thursday, October 5, 2023||10:45 - 11:45 a.m.|
|Thursday, November 2, 2023||10:45 - 11:45 a.m.|
|Thursday, December 7, 2023||10:45 - 11:45 a.m.|