Academic and Instructional Technologies
University of Georgia
Established as a University-wide committee advisory to the Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Vice President for Instruction (VPI), the Committee for Academic and Instructional Technologies (CAIT) is responsible to the CIO and VPI for the development and implementation of institutional initiatives in support of the use of information technologies for teaching and learning at the University of Georgia.
The objectives of the Committee include the following:
The Committee's specific activities include:
CAIT is chaired by the Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning. Membership of CAIT includes a representative of the Technology Issues Group (TIG) and a senior executive representing each of the following: the CIO, University Libraries, the Georgia Center, Student Affairs, and the VPI. Nine members of CAIT, each serving a three-year term, are drawn from the faculty at large who are actively involved in the use or development of instructional technologies. These nine rotating members are selected from at least seven of the University's schools and colleges. The CIO and VPI appoint the rotating members, and these members are eligible to serve multiple terms. The Committee meets monthly, and a meeting quorum requires participation of eight members excluding the chair.