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Technology and the “New Normal” at Winona State UniversityThriving in a world of continuous changeTechnology Fee Presentation

  • Student Fee Management Committee – 2014
overview of presentation
Overview of Presentation
  • ITS Organizational Structure
  • Governance
  • Planning
  • Funding for IT @ WSU
  • e-Warrior: Digital Life and Learning Program
  • Technology Fee
  • A taste of the road ahead
units in its
Units in ITS

Dean Feller, Director

Robin Honken, Director

David Gresham, Director

Ken Graetz, Director

it planning
IT Planning

New Technology MasterPlan Approved in Spring 2013Runs from July 2013 – June 2016

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Year End Report

FY10

Year End

Report

FY12

Technology Master Plan

(Goals and Objectives)

Year End

Report

FY11

Assessment

Report

Assessment Plan

(Selecting Instruments)

Document

Efforts

Collecting

Information

Acting on

Information

Analyzing

Reflecting on

Information

reference hlc visitation team report
Reference - HLC Visitation Team Report

Evidence that Core Components are met

Component 2C: The organization’s ongoing evaluation and assessment processes provide reliable evidence on institutional effectiveness that clearly informs strategies for continuous improvement.

The team observed that the assessment processes with regard to non-academic units are well planned and quite robust. Feedback loops are part of each plan with decisions made, based on results of assessment. For example, the campus technology plan includes a data collection plan, sets measureable goals, and defines metrics for goal achievement. The team viewed this plan as quite impressive and a model for other units within the institution and elsewhere.

governance
Governance
  • All University Technology Committee (AUTC) (2)
  • E-Warrior: Digital Life and Learning Review Committee (5)
  • Student Technology Fee Review Committee (5)
funding sources for information technology
Funding Sources for Information Technology
  • e-Warrior: Digital Life and Learning Program Fee*
  • Student Technology Fee*
  • General Fund

* Represents nearly 90% of the IT budget

student help 292 900
Student Help ($292,900)
  • Student staffing for walk-in support positions
  • Student Technology Fee and e-Warrior Program supports over 113 student Positions
salaries 380 787
Salaries ($380,787)
  • Nine Full-time Staff
    • Help desk phone support
    • onsite support
    • classroom support
    • network support
equipment 390 000
Equipment ($390,000)
  • Servers
    • Email
    • Storage
    • Portal
    • Web (Course)
    • Streaming Media
  • Classroom Upgrades
    • Projectors
    • A/V Systems
    • Podiums
    • Phones
  • Network Switches (111 Comm. Closets)
  • Wireless Access Points
repair 47 000
Repair ($47,000)
  • Printers
  • Datacenter
    • fire protection
    • electrical needs
    • cooling
maintenance contracts hardware 30 000
 Maintenance Contracts (Hardware) ($30,000)
  • Network Switches
  • Wireless Access Points
  • Storage Area Network
  • Servers
software 240 000
Software ($240,000)
  • Server – OS & Database
  • Utility – Antivirus, AntiSPAM, Backup, Network Monitoring Tools, & Remote Access (VPN)
  • Applications – All the Adobe Products, SAS, SPSS, ArcGIS, EMS, and Jump
software maintenance 62 000
Software Maintenance ($62,000)
  • Server – OS, Database, etc
  • Network – Monitoring Tools, Intrusion Detection, Security
supplies and materials 140 000
Supplies and Materials ($140,000)
  • Student and Public Printers
    • Paper
    • Toner
    • Consumables
  • Wiring Supplies
purchased services 20 000
Purchased Services ($20,000)
  • Video (ITV) Support
  • Printing Services and Cleaning
  • Wiring and Cabling Contracts
campus card 100 000
Campus Card ($100,000)
  • Controlled by the Campus Card Office for maintaining and building the service.
recent development increased campus bandwidth
Recent Development:Increased Campus Bandwidth
  • Residence Halls
    • Last year 300 MB to 700 MB
    • This year 700 MB to 1 GB
taste of the road ahead
Taste of the Road Ahead

Content Consumption

Content Creation

Anytime, Anywhere

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Taste of the Road Ahead

New 3-Year Wireless Plan

(FY13 – FY15)

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Taste of the Road Ahead

Support academic transformation in several critical, new learning spaces.

(General Classrooms, Nursing & Business)

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