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February 8, 2014 | Keith W. McIntosh
Colleagues, I'm writing to ask for your support of and participation in the 2014 CIO and Tech Leader Research conducted by the Center for Higher Education Chief Information Officer (CIO) Studies (CHECS). Surveys were recently sent out by Dr. Wayne Brown, CEO of CHECS. If you did not get a survey and would like to participate please send him an email at wbrown@checs.org. As Chair of the CHECS Advisory Board, I greatly appreciate your support and encourage you to participate in this longitudinal research. We are partnering with EDUCAUSE and all ECAR members will receive a complimentary copy of the reports. Additionally, all survey participants will be entitled to a 50 percent discount on all CHECS (www.checs.org) reports. The CIO and Tech Leader reports are projected to be completed in June 2014. The CIO study provides information about higher education...
January 30, 2014 | Eden Dahlstrom

 

In honor of Data Privacy Month (Jan. 28-Feb. 28 – #DPM14), ECAR is conducting a short poll on institutional information privacy practices. Results will be shared in next month's ECAR Update newsletter. Take the poll at: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1503718/Privacy2014 by Feb. 6 to assure that community college information privacy practices are included in the results. You don’t have to be an EDUCAUSE member or an ECAR subscriber to participate, and it will take just a few minutes to complete the poll.

 

EDUCAUSE has posted/published a number of free and publically accessible Data Privacy Month resources at...

October 24, 2013 | Charles W. Currier

The Educause 2013 conference was a great example of leaders in higher education uniting to share and explore the issues and opportunities present to us all.  This is not a review of the conference but rather an attempt to capture some of the salient thoughts and ideas shared in the Community College Constituency Group meeting this year.  

In keeping with the tradition started last year . . . (I realize that two data points don’t define a tradition, but would hope that we continue this going forward)  . . . we had participants in the meeting share one of their recent successes.   Many of our daily successes don’t rise to the level of a conference presentation but none the less it is important for us to recognize them and share them publicly.   The challenges we face can at times seem daunting.   Through this...

October 3, 2013 | Susan Grajek
I hope you enjoy your time at the EDUCAUSE Annual conference. To stimulate your thinking — and to give those of you who cannot attend the conference some information, here are a couple of EDUCAUSE research reports specific to community colleges: A 2012 ECAR study and the 2012 Core Data Service Almanac for community colleges. (The 2013 Almanac should be released by the end of this year.) I hope you find these resources useful. Sincerely, Susan Susan Grajek Vice President Data, Research, and Analytics EDUCAUSE Uncommon Thinking for the Common Good 1150 18th Street, NW, Suite 900 Washington, DC 20036 direct: 202.331.5350 | main: 202.872.4200 | educause.edu From: , Charles > Reply-To: The EDUCAUSE Community Colleges Constituent Group Listserv > Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2013 2:04 PM To: "CC@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU" > Subject: [CC] Educause 2013 - Community College Constituent Group Meeting EDUCAUSE 2013 Community College Constituency Group Meeting Thursday 10/17/13 8:00-8...
August 27, 2013 | Keith W. McIntosh

Colleagues,

 

I’m serving on the Program Committee for the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) 2014 Annual Meeting.  The ELI invites proposals (due September 6) for its 2014 Annual Meeting on February 3-5, 2014 at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside in New Orleans, LA and Online.

 

This year's theme, "Connected Learning: Opening Pathways, Enabling Collaborations" emphasizes a highly networked ecosystem of technologies and personal relationships that enables all participants to access and construct the pathways needed to accomplish learning goals. This requires both knowledge acquisition and an understanding of how to use connections to find answers, seek out mentors and experts, investigate processes, experiment with possibilities, and create solutions. I hope you will join us for an exploration of approaches, an...

August 20, 2013 | Keith W. McIntosh
Proposals Due September 6: ELI Annual Meeting

Colleagues,

 

 I encourage you to attend or, better yet, participate in the upcoming EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) Annual meeting.   There is still plenty of time to submit a proposal.

 

 

- Mac -

 

Keith W. McIntosh, MBA
Vice Chancellor for Information Technology

and Chief Information Officer (CIO)

-------------------------------------------------------
Information Technology
Pima County Community College District
kwmcintosh@pima.edu

 

August 14, 2013 | Keith W. McIntosh

Colleagues,

 

I’m on the program committee for the 2014 EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) Annual Meeting which will be held on February 3-5, 2014, at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel in New Orleans or virtually.  The theme for our meeting (aka conference) is “Connected Learning: Opening Pathways, Enabling Collaborations.”

 

We’re looking for folks (see “Who Should Attend”) to participate (attend or better yet, to present).  The call for proposals and call for preconference seminar proposals is open. Proposal submissions are due by September 6, 2013.  This is a great opportunity for your faculty, deans, librarians, and support staff to learn more or share about connected learning.  This meeting provides an exciting setting for interactive, hands-on learning and networking,...

July 25, 2013 | Keith W. McIntosh

Colleagues,

 

Thinking about what our institutions need to look like and what IT needs to provide 5 to 10 years from now are conversations perhaps we should be having on this listserv.  I know we’re mired in our day-to-day, week-to-week, etc., but I think it’s critical for us to discuss topics such as “scaling up Innovation” as well as other critical matters. 

 

How do we scale up innovation in Community Colleges? How can we as a system of community colleges work together to enable scale?

 

I’ve attached the executive summary and the full report from Jobs for the Future.  The report provides a framework for scaling which they call “The Arc of Scaling.”  At the heart of this discussion is an organized data system,...

January 16, 2013 | Listserv Anonymous User
Message from pmercier@mtsac.edu

Hi Bret,
Just wondering if you received my answers to your survey?  If you further questions, e-mail me at this address.

Sent from my iPhone

January 3, 2013 | Alisha Talley

 

2013 is bound to be the year for mobile – is your organization ready? Join your peers and industry experts February 4 – 6 to discuss mobile app strategies during the Higher Education Enterprise Mobile App Conference (HEEMAC) in Tampa, Florida.

 

HEEMAC will focus on providing a forum to address strategy, technology and usability in the realm of higher education mobile apps. Attendees can also take part in key collaboration opportunities with other higher ed professionals and experts in the field.

 

Is your organization about to launch a mobile app? Want to learn more about how to create and implement a mobile app? Launched an app already? Come share your insight! Even if you're just starting to think about a mobile app, HEEMAC is the prime opportunity to...

December 17, 2012 | Colleen Keller
Hello CC list-members,
 
The following ECAR report is now public, Information Technology Services in Community Colleges: Strengths, Opportunities, and Challenges
IT departments at community colleges provide services to more than 13 million students annually. Community colleges are distinguished from other types of higher education institutions by their institutional missions, the populations they serve, and the degrees and certifications they confer. However, as institutions of teaching and learning, they have congruent responsibilities with all higher education institutions to provide the technological infrastructure,...
December 13, 2012 | Listserv Anonymous User
Message from ja22@cornell.edu

Dear colleagues,

 

The Association of College and University Policy Administrators (ACUPA) was formed to explore issues encountered in managing and administering institutional policy processes and structures. ACUPA not only promotes best practices in policy and procedure development, codification, and promulgation, but also tackles difficult policy issues.  ACUPA members differ greatly; their titles are not the same; there is a range of organizational alignments for policy offices; their development processes may be unique; but the common thread among us all is a commitment to creating effective policies and serving the information needs of the end users. (acupa.org)

 

In partnership with the Central Association of College and University Business Officers (CACUBO), ACUPA...

December 4, 2012 | Keith W. McIntosh

Colleagues,

 

I’m curious to know if you have a unit dedicated to supporting academic, educational, or learning technology.  If you do, would you be so kind to share how your unit is structured, who it reports do, and it’s mission?  Thank you!

 

 

- Mac -

 

Keith W. McIntosh, MBA
Vice Chancellor for Information Technology

and Chief Information Officer (CIO)

-------------------------------------------------------
Information Technology
Pima County Community College District
kwmcintosh@pima.edu

 

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE...
October 18, 2012 | Joseph C. Miragliotta

 

 

Please Join Chuck Currier  Vice President/CIO College of DuPage as he leads the discussion relating to Community College issues.

 

EDUCAUSE 2012   
Community College
Constituency Group Meeting

Wednesday 11/7/12 10:30-11:20pm, Denver Convention Center – Meeting Room 403


Chuck Currier, Vice President/CIO, College of DuPage

 

 

  1. Introductions

 

  1. Community College specific issues

 

  1. Constituency Group built agenda –draft...
September 13, 2012 | Matthew D. Pistilli

***please excuse any cross postings***

 

Colleagues,

 

I am writing today to invite you to attend the SoLAR Flare to be held at Purdue University on 1-3 October, 2012. The conference is fast approaching, and we’d like for you to be a part, if you’re able to do so.

 

This conference will be somewhat different from many academic conferences. In lieu of concurrent sessions with formal presentations, the SoLAR Flare will provide you the opportunity to participate in facilitated discussions and practical work with colleagues to learn more about student success challenges and to discover how others are looking to analytics as part of the solution. Discussion of each topic will be facilitated by a thought leader in higher education who will provide a clearly-defined challenge...

August 10, 2012 | Listserv Anonymous User
Message from ja22@cornell.edu

Good morning,

 

I just wanted to give a final reminder of a great program we offer (in a few weeks) at Cornell. It’s designed to help institutions who want to establish institutional policy initiatives or who want to hear what other institutions are doing in that area.  See below. Best, Josh Adams

 

Learn about institutional policy-making from top CU staff

View on the web

 

...
July 31, 2012 | Keith W. McIntosh
Vote Today in the Board of Directors Election

Community College Colleagues,

 

Good afternoon!   Two of the four following colleagues will be elected to be an EDUCAUSE Board member beginning this November.  First and foremost, I highly encourage you to participate in the process and vote.  Secondly, I believe each candidate would be an excellent choice.  Having said this, I would like to offer my utmost endorsement for Joy Hatch, Vice Chancellor, Information Technology Services, Virginia Community College System.

 

I’ve had the distinct pleasure of working with Joy on several occasions.  I can personally attest to her knowledge and experience.  We are currently working together on the EDUCAUSE Core Data Service Advisory Group.  I encourage you to consider Joy when you vote as I believe she would...

July 31, 2012 | Joy Hatch

Greetings to all…

 

The EDUCAUSE Core Data Survey for 2012 is closing soon – and I hope that you are already completing your survey….but if not, perhaps this email will convince you to contribute data for your college. There is some very rich information inside of the CDS, but you will only get access to that if you participate, and then you will be able to see the data for every school who has participated.  On a personal level, this information has been invaluable for planning, making the case for resources, and gauging our progress against other colleges. Most importantly, the more community colleges we can get to contribute, the better off we'll all be by having a richer set of peer data.

 

Now on to the good news….or at least something to spark your interest!

...
July 9, 2012 | Keith W. McIntosh

Colleagues,

 EDUCAUSE has extended the 2012 Core Data Service (CDS) Survey.  There is still time for you to participate.  This is a great opportunity to benchmark your IT services.  As one of two community college representatives on the CDS Advisory Group I can personally attest to the positive changes made in the CDS and EDUCAUSE’s commitment to ensure the CDS is a valuable resource for community colleges.  I strongly encourage you to participate so you can analyze and compare data from peer institutions.  Your participation also increases the fidelity of the data as well as provides a comprehensive resource for us all.

 

http://educause.informz.net/educause/archives/archive_2480432.html

...
March 12, 2012 | Keith W. McIntosh
Colleagues,
 
 It's early, but I encourage you to submit an application for the 2013 Frye Leadership Institute.  The application information will become available in the fall of this year.  I believe we, community colleges, are underrepresented.  I'm not sure why, but in case it's lack of awareness, I wanted to make sure we're all aware.  This is a great professional development experience as well as an opportunity to share our perspective.
 
 The Frye Leadership Institute is "...designed for leaders in higher education, including CIOs, librarians, information technology professionals, and administrators, who are interested in working collaboratively to promote and initiate change on critical issues affecting the academy."
 
 Please consider applying for the Frye...
January 3, 2013 | Alisha Talley

 

2013 is bound to be the year for mobile – is your organization ready? Join your peers and industry experts February 4 – 6 to discuss mobile app strategies during the Higher Education Enterprise Mobile App Conference (HEEMAC) in Tampa, Florida.

 

HEEMAC will focus on providing a forum to address strategy, technology and usability in the realm of higher education mobile apps. Attendees can also take part in key collaboration opportunities with other higher ed professionals and experts in the field.

 

Is your organization about to launch a mobile app? Want to learn more about how to create and implement a mobile app? Launched an app already? Come share your insight! Even if you're just starting to think about a mobile app, HEEMAC is the prime opportunity to...

January 16, 2013 | Listserv Anonymous User
Message from pmercier@mtsac.edu

Hi Bret,
Just wondering if you received my answers to your survey?  If you further questions, e-mail me at this address.

Sent from my iPhone

August 27, 2013 | Keith W. McIntosh

Colleagues,

 

I’m serving on the Program Committee for the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) 2014 Annual Meeting.  The ELI invites proposals (due September 6) for its 2014 Annual Meeting on February 3-5, 2014 at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside in New Orleans, LA and Online.

 

This year's theme, "Connected Learning: Opening Pathways, Enabling Collaborations" emphasizes a highly networked ecosystem of technologies and personal relationships that enables all participants to access and construct the pathways needed to accomplish learning goals. This requires both knowledge acquisition and an understanding of how to use connections to find answers, seek out mentors and experts, investigate processes, experiment with possibilities, and create solutions. I hope you will join us for an exploration of approaches, an...

September 13, 2012 | Matthew D. Pistilli

***please excuse any cross postings***

 

Colleagues,

 

I am writing today to invite you to attend the SoLAR Flare to be held at Purdue University on 1-3 October, 2012. The conference is fast approaching, and we’d like for you to be a part, if you’re able to do so.

 

This conference will be somewhat different from many academic conferences. In lieu of concurrent sessions with formal presentations, the SoLAR Flare will provide you the opportunity to participate in facilitated discussions and practical work with colleagues to learn more about student success challenges and to discover how others are looking to analytics as part of the solution. Discussion of each topic will be facilitated by a thought leader in higher education who will provide a clearly-defined challenge...

December 6, 2011 | Arif Khan

Hi All,

 

We have our students moved to Google Apps, more than a year ago, and are debating on moving employees over to Office365/live@edu, currently using MS Exchange 2003.  I would like to ask those individuals who have already or planning to move to this kind of split cloud environment.

 

My questions are:

1.       What were your reasons for having two separate e-mail environments?

2.       Are there any issues for users with this split (faculty/Staff and Students)

3.       Are there any mail routing issues (mail delays etc.)

4.       Is there a significant increase in...

February 8, 2014 | Keith W. McIntosh
Colleagues, I'm writing to ask for your support of and participation in the 2014 CIO and Tech Leader Research conducted by the Center for Higher Education Chief Information Officer (CIO) Studies (CHECS). Surveys were recently sent out by Dr. Wayne Brown, CEO of CHECS. If you did not get a survey and would like to participate please send him an email at wbrown@checs.org. As Chair of the CHECS Advisory Board, I greatly appreciate your support and encourage you to participate in this longitudinal research. We are partnering with EDUCAUSE and all ECAR members will receive a complimentary copy of the reports. Additionally, all survey participants will be entitled to a 50 percent discount on all CHECS (www.checs.org) reports. The CIO and Tech Leader reports are projected to be completed in June 2014. The CIO study provides information about higher education...
December 4, 2012 | Keith W. McIntosh

Colleagues,

 

I’m curious to know if you have a unit dedicated to supporting academic, educational, or learning technology.  If you do, would you be so kind to share how your unit is structured, who it reports do, and it’s mission?  Thank you!

 

 

- Mac -

 

Keith W. McIntosh, MBA
Vice Chancellor for Information Technology

and Chief Information Officer (CIO)

-------------------------------------------------------
Information Technology
Pima County Community College District
kwmcintosh@pima.edu

 

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE...
January 30, 2014 | Eden Dahlstrom

 

In honor of Data Privacy Month (Jan. 28-Feb. 28 – #DPM14), ECAR is conducting a short poll on institutional information privacy practices. Results will be shared in next month's ECAR Update newsletter. Take the poll at: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1503718/Privacy2014 by Feb. 6 to assure that community college information privacy practices are included in the results. You don’t have to be an EDUCAUSE member or an ECAR subscriber to participate, and it will take just a few minutes to complete the poll.

 

EDUCAUSE has posted/published a number of free and publically accessible Data Privacy Month resources at...

October 24, 2013 | Charles W. Currier

The Educause 2013 conference was a great example of leaders in higher education uniting to share and explore the issues and opportunities present to us all.  This is not a review of the conference but rather an attempt to capture some of the salient thoughts and ideas shared in the Community College Constituency Group meeting this year.  

In keeping with the tradition started last year . . . (I realize that two data points don’t define a tradition, but would hope that we continue this going forward)  . . . we had participants in the meeting share one of their recent successes.   Many of our daily successes don’t rise to the level of a conference presentation but none the less it is important for us to recognize them and share them publicly.   The challenges we face can at times seem daunting.   Through this...

October 3, 2013 | Susan Grajek
I hope you enjoy your time at the EDUCAUSE Annual conference. To stimulate your thinking — and to give those of you who cannot attend the conference some information, here are a couple of EDUCAUSE research reports specific to community colleges: A 2012 ECAR study and the 2012 Core Data Service Almanac for community colleges. (The 2013 Almanac should be released by the end of this year.) I hope you find these resources useful. Sincerely, Susan Susan Grajek Vice President Data, Research, and Analytics EDUCAUSE Uncommon Thinking for the Common Good 1150 18th Street, NW, Suite 900 Washington, DC 20036 direct: 202.331.5350 | main: 202.872.4200 | educause.edu From: , Charles > Reply-To: The EDUCAUSE Community Colleges Constituent Group Listserv > Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2013 2:04 PM To: "CC@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU" > Subject: [CC] Educause 2013 - Community College Constituent Group Meeting EDUCAUSE 2013 Community College Constituency Group Meeting Thursday 10/17/13 8:00-8...
August 20, 2013 | Keith W. McIntosh
Proposals Due September 6: ELI Annual Meeting

Colleagues,

 

 I encourage you to attend or, better yet, participate in the upcoming EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) Annual meeting.   There is still plenty of time to submit a proposal.

 

 

- Mac -

 

Keith W. McIntosh, MBA
Vice Chancellor for Information Technology

and Chief Information Officer (CIO)

-------------------------------------------------------
Information Technology
Pima County Community College District
kwmcintosh@pima.edu

 

August 14, 2013 | Keith W. McIntosh

Colleagues,

 

I’m on the program committee for the 2014 EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) Annual Meeting which will be held on February 3-5, 2014, at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel in New Orleans or virtually.  The theme for our meeting (aka conference) is “Connected Learning: Opening Pathways, Enabling Collaborations.”

 

We’re looking for folks (see “Who Should Attend”) to participate (attend or better yet, to present).  The call for proposals and call for preconference seminar proposals is open. Proposal submissions are due by September 6, 2013.  This is a great opportunity for your faculty, deans, librarians, and support staff to learn more or share about connected learning.  This meeting provides an exciting setting for interactive, hands-on learning and networking,...

July 25, 2013 | Keith W. McIntosh

Colleagues,

 

Thinking about what our institutions need to look like and what IT needs to provide 5 to 10 years from now are conversations perhaps we should be having on this listserv.  I know we’re mired in our day-to-day, week-to-week, etc., but I think it’s critical for us to discuss topics such as “scaling up Innovation” as well as other critical matters. 

 

How do we scale up innovation in Community Colleges? How can we as a system of community colleges work together to enable scale?

 

I’ve attached the executive summary and the full report from Jobs for the Future.  The report provides a framework for scaling which they call “The Arc of Scaling.”  At the heart of this discussion is an organized data system,...

December 17, 2012 | Colleen Keller
Hello CC list-members,
 
The following ECAR report is now public, Information Technology Services in Community Colleges: Strengths, Opportunities, and Challenges
IT departments at community colleges provide services to more than 13 million students annually. Community colleges are distinguished from other types of higher education institutions by their institutional missions, the populations they serve, and the degrees and certifications they confer. However, as institutions of teaching and learning, they have congruent responsibilities with all higher education institutions to provide the technological infrastructure,...
December 13, 2012 | Listserv Anonymous User
Message from ja22@cornell.edu

Dear colleagues,

 

The Association of College and University Policy Administrators (ACUPA) was formed to explore issues encountered in managing and administering institutional policy processes and structures. ACUPA not only promotes best practices in policy and procedure development, codification, and promulgation, but also tackles difficult policy issues.  ACUPA members differ greatly; their titles are not the same; there is a range of organizational alignments for policy offices; their development processes may be unique; but the common thread among us all is a commitment to creating effective policies and serving the information needs of the end users. (acupa.org)

 

In partnership with the Central Association of College and University Business Officers (CACUBO), ACUPA...

October 18, 2012 | Joseph C. Miragliotta

 

 

Please Join Chuck Currier  Vice President/CIO College of DuPage as he leads the discussion relating to Community College issues.

 

EDUCAUSE 2012   
Community College
Constituency Group Meeting

Wednesday 11/7/12 10:30-11:20pm, Denver Convention Center – Meeting Room 403


Chuck Currier, Vice President/CIO, College of DuPage

 

 

  1. Introductions

 

  1. Community College specific issues

 

  1. Constituency Group built agenda –draft...
August 10, 2012 | Listserv Anonymous User
Message from ja22@cornell.edu

Good morning,

 

I just wanted to give a final reminder of a great program we offer (in a few weeks) at Cornell. It’s designed to help institutions who want to establish institutional policy initiatives or who want to hear what other institutions are doing in that area.  See below. Best, Josh Adams

 

Learn about institutional policy-making from top CU staff

View on the web

 

...
July 31, 2012 | Keith W. McIntosh
Vote Today in the Board of Directors Election

Community College Colleagues,

 

Good afternoon!   Two of the four following colleagues will be elected to be an EDUCAUSE Board member beginning this November.  First and foremost, I highly encourage you to participate in the process and vote.  Secondly, I believe each candidate would be an excellent choice.  Having said this, I would like to offer my utmost endorsement for Joy Hatch, Vice Chancellor, Information Technology Services, Virginia Community College System.

 

I’ve had the distinct pleasure of working with Joy on several occasions.  I can personally attest to her knowledge and experience.  We are currently working together on the EDUCAUSE Core Data Service Advisory Group.  I encourage you to consider Joy when you vote as I believe she would...

July 31, 2012 | Joy Hatch

Greetings to all…

 

The EDUCAUSE Core Data Survey for 2012 is closing soon – and I hope that you are already completing your survey….but if not, perhaps this email will convince you to contribute data for your college. There is some very rich information inside of the CDS, but you will only get access to that if you participate, and then you will be able to see the data for every school who has participated.  On a personal level, this information has been invaluable for planning, making the case for resources, and gauging our progress against other colleges. Most importantly, the more community colleges we can get to contribute, the better off we'll all be by having a richer set of peer data.

 

Now on to the good news….or at least something to spark your interest!

...
July 9, 2012 | Keith W. McIntosh

Colleagues,

 EDUCAUSE has extended the 2012 Core Data Service (CDS) Survey.  There is still time for you to participate.  This is a great opportunity to benchmark your IT services.  As one of two community college representatives on the CDS Advisory Group I can personally attest to the positive changes made in the CDS and EDUCAUSE’s commitment to ensure the CDS is a valuable resource for community colleges.  I strongly encourage you to participate so you can analyze and compare data from peer institutions.  Your participation also increases the fidelity of the data as well as provides a comprehensive resource for us all.

 

http://educause.informz.net/educause/archives/archive_2480432.html

...
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