Academic and Student Affairs Council | EdTech

Overview

Academic and Student Affairs Council (ASAC)

The Academic and Student Affairs Committee (ASAC) is part of the governance structure of the VCCS. The body is divided into five subcommittees: Educational Programs, Educational Technology, Institutional Research, Student Services, and Faculty Issues. According to the VCCS Policy Manual:

The Academic and Student Affairs Council serves as an advisory body on System-wide matters related to instruction and student services. The Council shall meet at least three times per year at the call of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Services and Research. Proceedings of the meetings of the Council shall be distributed to the members of the Council and to the Chancellor.Recommendations on System-wide policy matters shall be forwarded by the Vice Chancellor for Academic Services and Research to the Chancellor who may present them to the appropriate committee of the Advisory Council of Presidents (ACOP) for its consideration. The Chancellor shall not implement System-wide policy recommendations coming from the Academic and Student Affairs Council until the Advisory Council of Presidents has reviewed the matters.


Educational Technology Committee

The Educational Technology Committee, a subcommittee of ASAC, addresses policies related to online learning, technology integration, enterprise software, and other issues related to the use of technology in instruction and student services.

Meeting Schedule and Reports

Upcoming Meetings

There are currently no upcoming events.

Committee Reports

Members

2016-2017 Committee Members

  • Kimberly Britt, ESCC (Chair)
  • Mark Webster, JSRCC
  • John Morea, TCC
  • Vickie Ratliff, MECC
  • Steve Sachs, NVCC
  • Scott Kemp, GCC
  • Bob Young, BRCC
  • Chuck Swaim, TNCC
  • Vicki Richmond, TNCC
  • Sam Hill, NVCC

Archived Reports

Archived Reports

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2015-2016

2014-2015

2013-2014

2012-2013