Committee on Instruction & Technology (CIT)
The Committee on Instruction and Technology (CIT) is charged with representing Senate and Faculty interests in online education, as well as all other potential issues surrounding instructional technology. The overarching purview of CIT is to ensure that adoption of online course formats, or additional means of instructional technology, serve to enhance UCLA’s programs and maintain academic quality of the university’s instructional programs. This is to be an independent committee of the Academic Senate (i.e. not a sub-committee of any other committee or council currently existing as part of the Academic Senate). CIT maintains an active relationship with the Statewide University Committee on Academic Computing and Communications (UCACC) through its UCACC representative.
- Seven faculty voting members.
- The Vice Provost of Information Technology serves as a non-voting ex-officio member.
- One current voting member of the Committee on Teaching (COT), to be appointed by the COT Chair.
- One current voting member of the Graduate Council (GC), to be appointed by the GC Chair.
- One current voting member of the Undergraduate Council (UgC), to be appointed by the UgC Chair.
- Four additional voting members, one of which will serve as Chair, to be appointed by the Committee on Committees (ConC).
- Two student representatives--one undergraduate and one graduate student appointed by their respective student government associations (votes reported separately).
The Committee on Instruction and Technology meets typically once per quarter.
Interaction with Administration. Primarily interacts with the Administrators. Including regular briefing from the Vice Provost of Information Technology and the Executive Vice Chancellor for Online Teaching and Learning.