Information Technology Services Policies



ITS Policies
Information Technology Services (ITS) exists to promote the effective, legal and ethical adoption, use and maintenance of OLLU computing and telecommunications resources for instructional and support activities, to create a private, secure environment for the storage and dissemination of OLLU data, and to identify, acquire, organize, preserve and disseminate digital and print resources for learning, teaching and research. 

The Chief Technology Officer of ITS reports to the University’s Executive Vice President and is a member of the Administrative Council, a body which reviews ITS policies. The Technology Advisory Council (TAC), which is composed of faculty, staff and student representatives from the University community, advises the Vice President on policy and priorities. The Information Services Committee, which reports to the Faculty Assembly, and the Administrative Technology Users Group discuss issues and make recommendations which are taken by their representatives to the Technology Advisory Council. Any other University council or committee may make recommendations to the Vice President for ITS.

Unless otherwise stated in specific policies, this set of policy statements applies to all users, which includes, but is not limited to: University staff, faculty, students, alumni, contractors, volunteers and guests.