Chancellor's IT conference material available online

The role and impact of information technology on UC Davis received a thorough review at the UC Davis Chancellor's Fall Conference at Lake Tahoe Sept. 16-18. About 150 faculty, staff, students, and alumni were invited to the annual event, which shares views on different topics important to the campus.

The discussions addressed specific areas and generated concrete suggestions for the campus. This year's agenda included technology as an enabler, learning in the digital age, and innovative uses of technology in research and public outreach. Breakout sessions ranged from IT planning, and the role of IT in teaching and learning, to the impact of IT on the culture of the university.

Pete Siegel, vice provost for Information and Educational Technology, planned to meet with conference facilitators after the event to discuss their recommendations. IET will also form a group to discuss priorities and develop an action plan. Find materials from the conference here.