Combination of Library and Information Technology Committee and Enterprise Information Committee. The Council meets two to three times per academic year.
Library and Information Technology Committee
The Committee works to ensure that library resources and information technology are used appropriately and effectively in behalf of teaching and scholarship at the College. It serves as the principal means of communication among faculty, students, administrators, and staff on all matters relating to the use of libraries and information technology in the academic program. It reviews College policies and procedures relating to libraries, information technology, and the allocation of resources related to both, and, when it deems appropriate, suggests revisions. It advises the Committee on Academic Policy, the Dean, the Vice President for Administration and Finance, and the Vice President for Libraries and Information Technology, and serves as liaison with the College community. It reports to the Faculty on changes to policies and procedures relating to libraries and information technology when deemed appropriate by the Committee or at the request of Academic Council.
Normally, the Committee shall meet once a month while the College is in session, but special meetings may be called by the Chair, or at the request of two faculty members or the Vice President for Libraries and Information Technology.
|Amar, Abhishek||2023||Associate Professor of Asian Studies - On Leave (FS)|
|Bahr, Stephanie||2024||Assistant Professor of Literature|
|Balkan, Erol||2022 fall||Leonard C. Ferguson Professor of Economics|
|Datta, Rhea||2023||Assistant Professor of Biology - On Leave (F)|
|Grant, Kevin||2025||Edgar B. Graves Professor of History - On Leave (F)|
|Nelson, '25, Kiara||2025||Student|
|Shelley, Joe||ex officio||Vice President for Libraries and Information Technology|
|Munemo, Ngonidzashe||ex officio||Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty|
|Leach, Karen||ex officio||Vice President, Administration and Finance
Represented by Lucy Burke, Director of Procurement and Administrative Services
|Friedel, Kristin||ex officio||Registrar|
The Library and Information Technology Committee is regularly attended by Beth Bohstedt, Director for Learning and Research in LITS. In addition, the Committee is also supported by other subject matter experts as needed.
Enterprise Information Committee (EIC)
The Enterprise Information Committee (EIC) compliment the faculty Committee on the Library & IT as a parallel group focused more on administrative systems and information. The EIC was convened on the recommendation of the Library and Information Technology Committee and approved by Senior Staff. There are three primary charges of the EIC:
- Prioritize major information systems.
- Provide formal data governance aligned with the priorities.
- Serve as the review board for information security policies, strategy, and risk management.
Subcommittee on Data Governance
Ensuring data conform to quality and standards upon entry and throughout use in operations and analysis; includes a decision framework around what data should be collected and protected.
This group is charged with reviewing and editing definitions within the Data Cookbook (the tool we are using) that are used widely across Hamilton College.
|Barbano, Nikki||Director, Information Services and Database Administrator||Advancement|
|Scheutzow, Jan||Executive Director, Financial Aid||Admission & Financial Aid|
|Friedel, Kristin||Registrar||Academic Affairs|
|Landry, Jeff||Associate Vice President for Student Affairs||Student Affairs|
|Goodale, Nathan||Associate Dean of Faculty and Associate Professor of Anthropology||Academic Affairs|
|Rose, Ben||Associate Dean of Admission/Director of Admission Data and Technology||Admission & Financial Aid|
|Sprague, Mike||Director, Business Intelligence and Web Services||Co-chair|
|Sweeney, Marty||Director, Enterprise Information Systems||Library and IT|
|Yang, Jasmine||Director of Institutional Research & Assessment||Co-chair|