Information Technology

Butler University Technology Master Plan 2010 - 2014

Technology enables and extends the relationships that make Butler unique by helping build community.

Technology at Butler supports the development of life-long community by creating a "high touch" environment that fosters collaboration through connecting constituents and giving them easy access to information. This helps ensure that Butler stays competitive among its peer institutions in both academic and administrative endeavors.

Plan Goals

  1. As technology drives societal change, Butler continually evolves to meet the demands of our students, faculty, staff, and other constituents.
  2. Faculty and staff demonstrate digital fluency and information literacy and are aware of how technologies and information can be used to enrich learning and to enhance their professional activities.
  3. Technology is applied intentionally to facilitate effective and innovative teaching and learning.
  4. Students, faculty, and staff have the tools and information they need to be successful at Butler.
  5. Butler students become responsible and well-prepared digital citizens.
  6. It is easy to get things done on and off campus via interconnected, efficient, and accessible systems and processes.
  7. Effective planning, emphasizing open dialogue, fosters an environment with appropriately integrated technology.
  8. We are responsible stewards of the resources necessary to meet institutional goals.
  9. Technology systems are reliable, secure, and sustainable.

About the Plan Creation Workgroup

Data Gathered or Used during the Plan Creation Process