LMS Advisory Committee
The LMS Advisory Committee was an important part of the LMS evaluation process, tasked with reaching out to the university to help define the future of digital learning on the campus and guide the process to any future system.
The committee's role
Advise on the assessment of the current Learning Management Systems (LMS), the recommendation of an appropriate replacement, and the transition to a new one.
Provide recommendations for outreach and engagement to the university community, especially academics.
Advise on implementation policies.
Watch two LMS committee members talk about the process and their role.
Establish a small working group (a sub-group of the larger committee) that will assist in the various planned assessments of LMS candidates. Such activities would include:
- Reaching out to peers at referenced institutions for impressions about a identified vendor’s LMS implementation at their campus. The core team will be working on other possible uses of faculty working groups.
- Reviewing the survey that will be sent to the university’s community after the public demonstrations.
- Working with project team on identifying specific use cases, activities or tasks they would like to be seen demonstrated by the vendors.
|Office of the Provost||Dr. Debbie Thorne, Associate Provost - LMS Advisory Committee Chair|
|College of Applied Arts||Dr. Scott Bowman, Associate Professor, School of Criminal Justice|
|College of Applied Arts||Dr. Carrie J. Boden, Department of Occupational, Workforce, and Leadership Studies|
|College of Education||Dr. Minda Lopez, Associate Professor and Associate Chair, Curriculum and Instruction|
|College of Education||Dr. Duane Knudson, Professor, Health and Human Performance|
|College of Fine Arts & Communication||Kaysie Seitz Brown, Assistant Professor, Department of Theatre & Dance|
|College of Fine Arts & Communication||Dr. Kevin Mooney, Senior Lecturer, Musicology|
|College of Health Professions||Dr. Scott Kruse, Assistant Professor|
|College of Health Professions||Dr. Barbara Hewitt, Assistant Professor|
|College of Liberal Arts||Dr. Chad Smith, Chair - Professor, Sociology|
|College of Liberal Arts||Dr. Emily Hanks, Associate Professor, Political Science|
|College of Science and Engineering||Dr. Debra Feakes, Professor, Chemistry & Biochemistry|
|College of Science and Engineering||Dr. Stan McClellan, Director of Ingram School of Engineering|
|Graduate College||Dr. Andrea Golato, Dean|
|Graduate Student||Blair Didion, MBA|
|Honors College||Robby Longoria, Admin|
|Honors College||Dr. Peter Tschirhart, Associate Dean|
|McCoy College of Business Administration||Dr. David C Wierschem, Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs|
|McCoy College of Business Administration||Ms. Jennifer Krou, Sr. Lecturer, Department of Computer Information Systems & Quantitative Methods|
|Office of Disability Services (ODS)||Bruce Coonce, Student Development Specialist, Student Diversity and Inclusion|
|Office of Distance and Extended Learning (ODEL)||Mr. Dana Willett, Director, Distance and Extended Learning|
|Technology Innovation Office||Dr. Carlos Solís, Associated Vice President|
|University College||Dr. Kambra Bolch, Associate Dean - Academic Programs|
|University Library||Stephanie Towery, Librarian, Copyright Officer|
|University Library||Lisa Ancelet, Head of Research, Instruction and Outreach|