Instructional Technology Advisory Committee

The Next Scheduled ITAC Meeting
Friday, December 6, 2019 from 1 PM to 2:30 PM in room 1690.

Student Laptop Usage | Rodric form AV

Equipment available for checkout in Idea Lab, MGD, Library and Math Department | John O’Neill

Faculty Laptop Refresh Plan | Committee Discussion

Radio Red Rocks Update | Sara Fall

Discussion from Epson and Wolfvision Cynap Presentations – What Next?

The Instructional Technology Advisory Committee

The Instructional Technology Advisory Committee (ITAC) is a committee chaired by an elected faculty member and the Director of Instructional Technology and eLearning. It provides direction and sets priorities for the use of instructional technologies that support the learning and teaching environments at Red Rocks Community College.

The goal of the committee is to gather and evaluate information about how instructional technology can enhance instruction and make recommendations to Academic Affairs on implementation.


This faculty-driven committee will be composed of at least two CTE faculty and two academic faculty with a maximum of 8 faculty. Dean of Instruction will attend, as will one representative from A/V and a member of computer services. Committee is chaired by Director of Instructional Technology and eLearning and a committee-elected faculty member.


  1. To develop and oversee direction, strategies, and plans for meaningful and innovative use of technologies which effectively evolve, enable, and support learning and teaching across the college.
  2. To identify opportunities for technological solutions and innovations that are broadly beneficial to multiple disciplines and make recommendations to the President, Vice President of Instruction, Deans, RRCC IT, and AV regarding development, funding, and procedures.


  1. Identify innovative instructional technology tools for Red Rocks Community College.
  2. Develop a common teaching with technology vision for RRCC.       
  3. Provide recommendations for the college-space planning processes regarding instructional technology requirements in classrooms and other learning spaces.
  4. Oversee the identification, selection, adoption, and deployment of major educational technologies for RRCC.
  5. Act as liaison between faculty, administration, and staff to support instructional technology innovation.