Within the context of the Spring 2007 gathering of information and resultant assessment report on academic technology at CSULB, we task this sub-group to take a holistic view of training for and support of existing technology. Observations and recommendations from this sub-group should include the following: identifying "low-hanging fruit" opportunities for training; assessing how to make use of current technology more effective; and exploring methods to share best practices for effective use of academic technologies. The target audiences for this training and support should include faculty, staff and students.
Martin Brenner, Director of Technology, College of the Arts
Caralyn Falcone, Student/ Reservation Assistant, Faculty Center for Professional Development
Bryon Jackson, Director of Telecommunications/Resource Management, Administration and Finance
Leslie Kennedy, Instructional Technology Support Services Coordinator, Library and Academic Technology Services
Linda Sumpter, Director of Facility Planning, Academic Resources
Dr. Shira Tarrant, Assistant Professor, Women's Studies