The Office of the President has appointed an advisory committee to launch the search for the new position of vice president for information technology and chief information officer for the University of Michigan. The university now is accepting nominations and applications for the position.
Editor's note: This is the fourth installment of a series on information technology that highlights services, projects and ideas playing a role in the delivery of world-class computing and digital resources to all U-M campuses.
The University of Michigan and three other major U.S. research universities have formed a technology consortium to improve the way in which educational content is shared across universities and ultimately delivered to students.
Information and Technology Services has introduced several new products and services during the past year with more to come. But as challenging as it is to roll out new offerings, deciding which existing services should remain can be even more difficult.