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Teaching and Learning Advisory Committee (TLAC) Related Topics:


The Teaching and Learning Technologies Advisory Committee shall advise the CIO and the Provost on technologies and issues related to teaching and learning; will advise the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) in teaching and learning initiatives; shall develop and review academic technology standards, guidelines, and policies; shall advise on priorities for academic technology initiatives; provide a forum for investigation and advises on new teaching and learning technologies, and facilitate communications regarding academic teaching and learning initiatives.


The committee is comprised of students, representatives of each college, the Library, the Faculty Senate, and the Provost’s office. The chair is appointed by the Provost for a two year term. The Director of the CTL works with the Chair to establish the agenda and to facilitate coordination with other IT initiatives and groups.

Member role

A member's role is to provide input on behalf of constituents; to disseminate information on new teaching and learning technologies; to assist in implementing IT policy and procedures; to make recommendations with a University perspective. The committee meets regularly throughout the academic year.

Advisory Path

Policy to the IT Policy & Planning; advisory to the CTL, CIO and Provost.

TLAC Meetings

Governance Structure

Technology and Higher Education Reports

TechQual+ Surveys

ITS Strategic Planning

Vendor Integration Checklist

  • A list of stakeholders who should be consulted before integrating third-party software or hardware at the Enterprise level.
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