Distance Education, Libraries, and Information Technology (DELT) Committee Page

Distance Education, Libraries, and Information Technology (DELIT)

The Council on Distance Education, Libraries, and Information Technology (DELIT) has the broad charge of understanding and overseeing our digital resources for education, communication, and information storage and exchange. The work of DELIT helps define what it means to have a smart campus, and provides an important voice in key technological initiatives.

Leadership

Chair, 2021-2022

Sharon Schweikhart

Committee Members

Member Source Term Expires
Sharon Schweikhart Faculty Council 2023
Jim Fredal Faculty Council 2023
Stephanie Aubry Faculty Council 2023
Curtis Knipe Faculty Council 2023
Nicole Kraft Faculty Council 2022
Jim Fowler Faculty Council 2022
Nath Rao Faculty Council 2024
Kevin Evans Faculty Council 2024
Katelyn Jennings USG 2022
Carrie Ann Thomas CGS 2022
Zach Dougherty IPC 2022
Katie Culbertson Staff Member - USAC 2022
Rachel Nash Grad School Dean / Designee
Damon Jaggars Libraries Director
Liv Gjestvang AVP, Distance Education
Cindy Leavitt CIO

Rule 3335-5-48.2 Council on Distance Education, Libraries and Information Technology

The council on distance education, libraries and information technology shall consist of sixteen members.

  1. Eight faculty.
  2. Three students.
    1. One graduate student.
    2. One professional student.
    3. One undergraduate student.
  3. Four administrators (or their designees).
    1. The dean of the graduate school.
    2. The dean of libraries.
    3. The chief information officer.
    4. The associate vice president for distance education.
  4. One staff member, appointed by the university staff advisory committee.
  1. Formulate policies governing the delivery of distance education and educational and research activities and services of libraries and information technology.
  2. Assist in the interpretation of distance education, library, and information technology services to the university community.
  3. Assist in the presentation of major distance education, library and information technology needs to the university administration.
  4. Advise the appropriate administrative office on the appointment of the associate vice president for distance education, the director of university libraries, and the chief information officer.
  1. The chair shall be elected from among the voting members of the council.
  2. Reports by this council to the president, other than those made through the senate, shall be made through the executive vice president and provost.
  3. As a standing committee of the senate, this council is also governed by the provisions of rules 3335-5-46 and 3335-5-48 of the Administrative Code.

(Board approval dates: 5/1/1986, 2/5/1988, 11/2/1990, 2/4/1993, 11/4/1994, 5/3/1996, 4/4/1997, 12/4/1998, 7/12/2002, 6/7/2005, 9/9/2011, 4/4/2014, 5/31/2019)