Enterprise Systems Advisory Council (ESAC)

ESAC reviews proposed projects relating to administrative and academic IT functions and IT-enabled processes, evaluates them relative to the Bucknell University strategic plan and the operational needs of the University, and makes recommendations to the Assistant CIO and the Chief Information Officer (CIO) with regard to resource allocation and priorities.

ESAC meets quarterly and as needed to:.

  • Review selected project requests
  • Develop an understanding of those projects
  • Weigh the merits of proposed projects relative to The Plan for Bucknell and the operational needs of the University
  • Recommend a specific set of priorities to the CIO
  • Advise the Assistant CIO on future needs and developments in the area of institutional systems on the enterprise and departmental levels.

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Committee on Library and Information Resources (CLIR)

The Committee on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) reviews and develops standards and policies relating to library resources and academic technology. CLIR fosters communication between faculty, students, and L&IT. Working with the faculty, the Committee on Instruction (COI) and other constituencies, CLIR advises the Vice President for Library and Information Technology and L&IT directors on the adequacy of programs within the university, and assist with the integration of services into university-related academic missions. Through coordination with departmental faculty representatives, the committee identifies opportunities where L&IT can assist in achieving Bucknell's academic and scholarly priorities, makes recommendations about the allocation of funds for academic technological resources, and provides input to the Vice President for Library and Information Technology on the L&IT strategic planning process. CLIR seeks to ensure that information technology and library services are appropriately incorporated into all campus-level planning activities. 

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