Aug. 15, 2017
The University of Kentucky’s draft information technology strategic plan is now available for university-wide review and comment through Monday, Oct. 2. The draft plan is designed to enable UK to continue in the creative use, application and provisioning of IT in support of the university’s strategic plan.
UK students, faculty and staff are encouraged to review the draft online. Feedback and comments on the draft IT strategic plan can be submitted via Qualtrics after signing in with your link blue login. If you have questions or need assistance logging in, please contact the ITS Customer Services at 859-218-HELP (4357) or email@example.com.
This past spring, five task force groups composed of students, faculty and staff joined together to determine key areas of recommendation and action items to advance IT infrastructure and services on campus.
The task force groups focused their work in multiple areas, including enterprise systems enablement, infrastructure, research enablement and outreach, teaching and learning enablement, and student IT enablement. The groups’ dialogue was rich and full of ideas intended to enrich and transform the state of IT at UK.
Feb 7, 2017
University of Kentucky Chief Information Officer Brian Nichols announced that Information Technology Services (ITS) had begun its strategic planning efforts. “We recognize information technology is a great enabler of teaching and learning, of research, of the student experience, of the efficiency and effectiveness of campus operations, and of the University’s outreach and broader impact.“
“The IT strategic plan will strive to provide an environment which features a wealth of information technology resources, wherein IT infrastructure and services are innovative and readily available to provide exceptional support to students, faculty, and staff in their endeavors to uphold the UK mission,” said Nichols.
Five strategic planning task forces, with over 100 representatives from faculty, staff and university leadership will recommend initiatives to shape the future of IT at the university. ITS will also engage students during the planning process through focus groups.
The ITS tasks forces, chairs, and co-chairs are:
Over the spring semester, these groups will also determine key areas of recommendation and action items to advance IT infrastructure and services. This process will enable UK to continue in the creative use, application, and provisioning of IT in support of the university’s strategic plan.
For inquiries or feedback, please contact Jennifer.Edwards@uky.edu