General IT Documents
General IT Documents
University Computer Hardware and Software Standards
The University recognizes that hardware and software is in constant flux and, consequently, is committed to revising these standards as necessary to meet the needs of its members. The following documents were developed by the Technology Standards and Services Task Force, whose members include representation from all divisions of the University. The documents are then reviewed and approved by the University Technology Steering Committee. The current software standards are designed to run on the Windows XP Professional platform.
- Hardware Standards
- Software Standards
- Non-Standard Hardware & Software Policy
- Hardware & Software Acquisition Policy
IT Survey & Findings
The Information Technology Steering Committee developed a technology survey for all NJCU students, faculty, and staff. This anonymous survey was designed to help New Jersey City University to identify the technology needs and preferences of its students and to assess the technology resources and services that are currently available at the University. The results of the survey will be used to assist the University to enhance its technology resources and services and plan for future innovations.
- Faculty / Staff Technology Survey Findings - 2009
- Student Technology Survey Findings - 2009
- IT Student Learning Goals Self-Assessment Progress, Spring 2010
Of the seven University-Wide Student Learning Goals, The Department of Information Technology provides the framework for Goal #5: Students will demonstrate effective information and technology literacy skills. This support is evaluated in accordance with the Center for Teaching and Learning's Matrix of Six Key Elements in Program Assessment. Click the document title, above, for results of the Spring 2010 self-assessment.
- Campus-wide Student Learning Goals, University Senate, February 2007
- SGO Endorses Seven Learning Goals, The Gothic Times, February 2007
One or more of the links on this page open Adobe PDF documents. If you require Adobe Acrobat Reader (which is free), in order to view these documents you can download it directly from the Adobe website.