Mission

The Academic Computing, Distance Learning, Instructional Technology, and eLearning (ACDLITe) Committee is a standing committee of the UAA Faculty Senate.  The mission of this committee is:

"…to advise the Faculty Senate on matters related to the use and institutional support of technology in the pursuit of academic goals. In the discharge of its duties, the committee may initiate and review policies, represent the faculty to the Chancellor and to the Faculty Alliance and respond to requests from the Boards for Undergraduate Studies or Graduate Studies."

 Specifically, the Faculty Senate Bylaws state that the Committee:

1. may initiate and review all policies affecting academic computing, instructional technology, and distance education, as defined in the Faculty Senate constitution.  

2. shall represent the faculty to the Chancellor and the Faculty Alliance on academic computing, instructional technology, distance education, and telecommunications as defined in the Faculty Senate constitution. 

3. shall respond to requests from the Boards for Undergraduate Studies or Graduate Studies in reference to academic computing, instructional technology, distance education, and telecommunications. In addition to any reports requested by the initiating Board, the Committee shall submit a report to the Faculty Senate summarizing any findings or recommendations. This may be the same report submitted to the initiating Board.