Teaching and Learning Technologies Committee


The Teaching & Learning Technologies Committee (TLTC) enables transformative teaching and learning by ensuring that appropriate technologies and support models are in place to meet the direct needs of faculty and students.


  1. Provide recommendations to the Strategic Advisory Group on IT (SAGIT) on current and emerging teaching and learning technology issues and needs.
  2. Evaluate recommendations for the adoption of new teaching and learning technologies and determine the most appropriate support model.
  3. When needed, launch assessments of teaching and learning technologies that are being adopted by faculty in growing numbers to determine appropriate forms of support going forward.
  4. Evaluate current maturity of key teaching and learning technologies and make recommendations to modernize.
  5. Discuss and endorse the annual portfolio of IT projects related to teaching and learning technologies.


The committee will meet once a quarter in person or online during the academic year, and a majority of the committee members will constitute a quorum.


Chair: Kate Stanton

Serves as leader of the committee and is elected by committee members for a 3-year term; orients new committee members; sets meeting agendas; facilitates committee meetings; represents the committee to other committees and University units.

Secretary: Susan Zaslaw

Onboards new committee members; maintains the committee document repository and website; reserves physical and virtual meeting spaces; schedules committee meetings; procures and sets up meeting technologies; distributes meeting agendas; prepares meeting documents; tracks meeting attendance; takes and distributes meeting notes; delegates activities to administrative/support staff as needed.