Information Technologies (IT) provides a broad array of central technology services in support of the UW Bothell campus mission. As the central technology group for UW Bothell, IT serves as a first stop for most campus technology-related requests.
IT is led by the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Information Technologies (AVCIT), who maintains a close-knit leadership team that represents all the areas in IT. The leadership team meets regularly and often and collaborates on virtually all technology initiatives on a daily basis.
The AVCIT reports directly to the Vice Chancellor for Planning & Administration and works closely with other Academic Services units (Teaching and Learning Center and the Campus Library) towards the strategic alignment of technology services with UW Bothell's vision of academic excellence.
Collaboration, both internal and external, is one of IT's most important values. The organizational structure of the department is designed to bring together the best thinking and expertise from among UW Bothell's technology professionals.
IT is made up of four primary organizational units; the directors of these four units comprise the core of the IT Leadership Team described above: Learning Technologies, IT Planning and Administration, IT Services, and IT Operations.
IT Planning & Administration
IT Planning and Administration focuses on planning, decision support, and managing processes and resources that are central to all IT units, including inventory, budget, projects and computer administration.